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Old 08-15-2008, 02:03 PM
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I am heading to Yellowstone in September. My brother and I have gotten in touch with some good guides. I am thinking we will do a walk and wade because we are taking my dad.

I just wanted to see if anyone had any recommendations for guides out of the West Yellowstone area. Thanks for the info.
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I'd go thru Craig Matthews place. Great folks.

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You might also want to contact George Anderson's Yellowstone Angler in Livingston, MT. We worked with George and used the guides that he recommended for a week-long trip last October. We had a very good experience; the shop was a great source of info and materials, the guides were great and the variety of fishing venues was outstanding; lots of fish!
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matthew long, orvis endorsed guide gets my vote based in livingston and guides in the park
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Thanks for the response everyone. I will check em out. If I get one of them booked I will let you know how the day goes.
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Old 08-21-2008, 05:37 PM
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Thanks again everyone. My brother actually called me last night and let me know he booked a guide before I got a chance to make any calls to your and my local shops selections.

He got us booked out of West Yellowstone Fly Shop with a guide named Travis. He was born and raised in West Yellowstone (a true local) and is a young guy from the looks of it. He is part owner with another guy and spends the off season guiding in Argentina. I will let you know how things go when I get back.
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Enjoy your trip! It is an awesome place
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