Fremont River Guides
Southern Utah is emerging from the unknown and inspiring fly-fishers. Discover majestic scenery, wild trout and little pressure from anglers. Many continue their search for unknown quality fishing across the globe, while others are enjoying large wild trout, prolific hatches and solitude here in our waters.
Want an experienced guide? Look no further – we’ve been in the business over 25 year!
The Fremont River, Fishlake, Panguitch Lake and the high elevation lakes of the Boulder Mountains have been stirring interest for years among well traveled fly fishers. However, the area remains mostly unknown and seemingly off the proverbial fly fishing map. Having traveled extensively, Fremont River Guides are dedicated to these local waters and can confidently recommend them with a knowledge of how they stack up against other famous fisheries.
If you are searching opportunities for fly fishing southern Utah, don’t let your visit here pass you by without remembering to bring your fly rod. The waters will impress and the wild trout will leave you wanting more. And our guide service will make sure your time is well spent taking advantage of your precious leisure time.
The pursuit of upland birds and waterfowl in southern Utah is simply without comparison as you find yourself in the midst of the high desert red rock. Combine our vast preserve with off the beaten path public lands and you have found a paradise for your next excursion.
Upland bird wing-shooting experiences can include; Quail, Chukar, Pheasant, Blue Grouse, Roughed Grouse, Sage Grouse and Turkey depending on the season and tags. Waterfowl hunting is a true hidden gem and we offer several options to accommodate different preferences such as; private land blinds on our river-bottoms and lakes, marshlands, big water layouts and jump shooting.
In search of your next Southern Utah Trophy Mule Deer? Then look no further and give us a call about our private land hunting on the Plateau Thousand Lakes and Plateau Boulder units. These packages can include guides, lodging, food and monster bucks!
About this trip
Number Anglers Solo Two Three
¾ Day Fly Fishing (6 hours) $350 $425 $500
Taxes are not included and a valid Utah fishing license is required! Transportation in your guide’s vehicle, rental gear, float tubes if needed, drinking water/cooler, lunches are included on full-day trip and can be provided on half or 3/4 day trips for $15 per person.
FLYFISHING GUIDE RATES
Our pricing structure is based on industry standards similar to other professional guides near national parks and tourist attractions. Fremont River Guides staff will demonstrate patience with all skill levels, have an amiable disposition, use positive reinforcement while teaching new techniques and more importantly will make sure you have fun regardless of fishing success!
Customers may choose a specific location or allow the guide after talking about fishing expectations.
OUR WATERS; Fremont River drainage, Boulder Mountains & surrounding streams, Fishlake Mountain lakes & streams, 1000 Lakes Mountain, Markagunt Plateau, Sevier River drainage, Beaver River drainage.
PICK-UP LOCATIONS; Torrey near Capitol Reef NP, Bryce Canyon City & Tropic near Bryce Canyon NP, Boulder, Hatch, Panguitch, Beaver.
OTHER PICK-UP LOCATIONS will likely required an additional fee and prior arrangements. Here are some; St George, Springdale near Zion NP, Cedar City.
Guides will also pick up customers at their lodging facilities in these locations!
Any angler 12 years or older must have a fishing license on public waters. Please visit the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources website for more information and to purchase a license online. Don’t forget to bring your license!
Licenses can be purchased and possessed on your smartphone by going to the APP Store and downloading the Utah DWR application!
Non-Resident 1-3 Day License, $24
Resident 1-3 Day License, $16
NOT INCLUDED – WHAT YOU’LL NEED
Taxes, gratuities, fishing license.
Flies & leaders are not included and are best purchased from our FRG fly shop the week of the trip. Due to changing hatches and conditions, guides are best to bring them along with your gear if your guided trip location doesn’t allow to meet at the storefront.