North Fork Anglers

1107 Sheridan • Cody, WY 82414
Phone: 307-527-7274
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North Fork Anglers is located in downtown Cody at 1107 Sheridan.

North Fork Anglers is the premier Greater Yellowstone Fly Fishing Headquarters! Seen on ESPN and TNN Outdoor programs, this fly shop is always a must stop destination for all anglers wanting the latest information on hatches, conditions, and the right equipment before they head out to explore the waters of the region.

Tim Wade, the owner, has been guiding, teaching fly tying, fly casting, entomology and writing fly fishing articles for too many years for us to count. He has the reputation as the "Fishing Guru" when it comes to finding out how to tie that obscure wet fly your grandfather used, how to catch that wily brown whose been snubbing your offerings, or showing you how to tie all those complicated knots needed when fishing in the breezy flats for tarpon, bonefish or permit.

North Fork Anglers is located in Downtown Cody, Wyoming, the center for over 2,500 miles of blue ribbon trout streams filled with wild trout. Yellowstone Cutthroat, Rainbows, Browns and Brook trout reside in these clear, cold waters. The average size of the trout is 16 inches providing plenty of rod bending, reel singing action for the beginner or advanced angler!

Some of the finest trout fishing in the entire United States is found in the Northwestern quarter of Wyoming and Yellowstone National Park. In this "Golden Ring", you will find big rivers with deep pools, pristine spring-fed creeks, slow meadow streams, magnificent lakes and angling experiences to last a lifetime.

Cast your fly on some of the legendary rivers of the West: the spectacular North Fork of the Shoshone, the Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone - Wyoming's only federally designated Wild and Scenic River, and the great trout rivers of Yellowstone Park, including the Firehole, Galatin, Madison, Lamar, Gibbon and the Yellowstone. Enjoy the delicate alpine beauty of Slough Creek and the compelling majesty of Yellowstone Lake.

Whether you float them, wade them or take a wilderness trip by horse back, you will find fishing dreams are made of–fishing you thought no longer existed! Fly fish all the major hatches–mayflies, caddis, stoneflies and midges emerge during the long season in North Fork Country. Often, you and your friends are the only fishermen on the water. Savor the solitude and marvel at the abundant wildlife with our experienced guides as they put you in the right place, at the right time, for the right fish!

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