Pebble Creek Fishing and Unguided Photography 2016 – 3 Day (8 Available)

Yellowstone National Park’s Pebble Creek area is another amazing location in America’s foremost national playground.  Set just below Yellowstone’s northern boundary, our cozy camp will be surrounded by mountains. Cut Off Mountain to the west, Meridian Peak to the east, and Barronett Peak to the south, will enclose our temporary home in wilderness.

This three-day-two night trip will give us a taste of fishing, a chance for riding, and a couple of evenings beside the campfire for stories.  It is a great beginner’s trip with a short 4 mile ride into camp. Once there, we’ll set up camp quickly and give you a chance to get out fishing right away.  This is small stream fishing, DSCN0136 DSCN0106where a 4 or 5 weight rod makes for some exciting catches. The stream used to be called “White Pebble Creek,” due to the white gravelly sediments found at its headwaters. The clear waters are home to 8-12 inch Cutthroat and Rainbow Trout, which tend to make up the majority of fish caught here. It will be a ‘match the hatch’ or ‘good attractor’ pattern type dry-fly fishing experience.  When you have had your fill of fishing, we will have a delightful meal and a chance to relax by the fire in the evening. After a hearty breakfast, day two will give us another opportunity to fish or a chance to ride up toward Bliss Pass and each lunch in the canyon before heading back to camp. These days are yours, so choose what you want to do. Once back in camp, the rest of the afternoon is yours to rest, relax, go for a hike, or hit that stream again for a little afternoon fly fishing.  Our last day will give you the morning to hit the stream or hit the trail while we take down camp and ready for our departure. We’ll head out about noon and get you back to the trailhead in time for you to take a leisurely drive back through the park to your hotel.







$1452.00 Per Person (0 Booked/8 Available) Please call or use the Contact Form to book your reservation.

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