jackson hole Fly and spin fishing in Wyoming with
Mangis fishing guide service, inc.
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For schedule and booking call today:
1-800-850-1220 or 307-733-8553
Q: Are fishing licenses automatically supplied as part of a trip?
A: No. A one-day non-resident fishing license can be acquired for $14.00 from a variety of local sporting goods stores in the area.
Q: Does lunch come as part of a fishing trip?
A: Only on trips that are full-day in duration. We provide a box lunch complete with sub sandwich (your choice of ham, roast beef or turkey), fruit, chips and a cookie. Soft drinks and water are provided on all trips.
Q: Is rain gear available if we forgot to bring our own?
A: Yes, we have both rain coats and ponchos for your use during wet weather.
Q: Are waders provided as part of the trip?
A: No, but we recommend bringing your own. For trips in early or late season, neoprene or breathable-style waders are a must. In mid-summer, wet wading in either wading shoes or old tennis shoes is perfectly fine.
Q: Does Mangis Guides provide all equipment and tackle?
A: We do have equipment for you to use if you do not furnish your own. We have a selection of flies available and will assist you in choosing the right type of flies for your trip before we go. You must replace whatever you lose or break during the trip.
Q: What kind of equipment do you offer?
A: Our rods are 5-weight Orvis or Sage. If you would like to use your own, we suggest a 4-6 weight rod at 8 or 9 feet in length.
Q: What should I wear?
A: Warmer clothing is required during the months of April and May. We suggest neoprene chest waders or hip boots during this time. Between mid-June and mid-August the summer sun allows for shorts and wading shoes. However, please have a light pull-over available in the morning. In the latter part of September and October, warmer clothing is once again the norm most all day. We recommend bringing a hat, sunscreen and sunglasses all times of the year.
Q: When and where do you fish?
A: We fish from April 1 through October 31st on a variety of rivers including the Snake, the Green and New Fork all within Wyoming. Travel distances to the river sections can vary from 10 to 90 minutes.
Q: What kind of boats are used in your guiding operation?
A: We run Hyde drift boats that seat one in front and one in back, with stand up knee braces for both anglers.
Q: How long are your trips?
A: Full-day trips average a 10-12 mile float usually taking from 6-8 hours. Half-day trips average 4 hours.
Q: Do you provide transportation to and from the fishing locations?
A: As a courtesy to our clients, we pick up and drop off clients anywhere in the Jackson Hole and Teton Village area.