Trailer: Utah Fly Fishing Guides Taking on the Wyoming Wilderness in “Change of Pace”

The International Fly Fishing Film Festival has released another impressive fly fishing film trailer.

In “Change of Pace,” from SOS Fly Fishing, Utah fly fishing guides taking on new wilderness and waters in Wyoming. The film product is outstanding.

From IF4:

“After a long summer on the water a few friends load up the car and head north for a new adventure deep in the epic mountain ranges of Wyoming. ‘Change of Pace’ from SOS Fly Fishing, follows these three anglers as they experience an epic fly fishing trip loaded with big trout and memories. Exclusively at IF4 in 2014!”

To check out more from the International Fly Fishing Film Festival, please click here.

More on this destination:

Bordering Colorado and Montana, Wyoming offers similar world-class mountainous fly fishing opportunities in picturesque settings. In fact, many of the best known Wyoming rivers are rivers also treasured by the other states they run through.

In southern Wyoming, the North Platte River offers anglers opportunities for trophy trout, often attracting anglers from Colorado to sections such as Grey Reef and the Miracle Mile, where double-digit fish are often on the minds of visitors to the river. Just to the west, the Green River gives anglers incredible float trip opportunities that allow access to spectacular canyon fly fishing.

In northwest Wyoming, the Snake River is famous for its magnificent Grand Tetons backdrop immortalized by Ansel Adams, and is equally treasured for its strain of cutthroat trout. The Snake River is great for float trips, and much if the river is easily accessed from the banks. Nearby Yellowstone National Park also has a network of rivers from the Firehole to the Madison that are highly regarded by fly anglers.

There are many more prized fisheries in Wyoming, and of course, there are many backcountry rivers and lakes that anglers can access for both wild trout and solitude.



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