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YELLOWSTONE WOLVES TO THE HOPI INDIAN MESAS
March 2018

Rendezvous in Bozeman, Montana on May 26, 2018 to begin a series of memorable wildlife encounters starting with the Druid Peak resident wolfpack in the Lamar Valley of Yellowstone National Park. Deep snow is the bane of the elk and deer that wolves prey upon, and wintertime gives the pack an advantage they don't have during the summer months. Dusk & dawn are optimum times for witnessing wolf activity and over the course of four days there is a high probability that wolf predation will be observed. Segue by air to Jackson Hole, Wyoming and the National Elk Refuge adjacent to Grand Teton National Park where hundreds of Rocky Mountain Elk are likely to still be on their winter range along with bighorn sheep and bison. Continue by air to Las Vegas and a series of stunning day hikes in the National Parks of southerrn Utah, and end the adventure among the Hopi Indian villages that dot the three Hopi Mesas, some of which have been continuously inhabited since the 11th Century. Accommodations are best available at all locations. Trip cost is $3,760 per person not including air.

MONTANA TROUT FISHING ODYSSEY
June 2018

This suberb, guided fly fishing experience is for the novice as well as the experienced fly fisherman and/or fisherwoman. In the Lower 48, Montana has no peer when it comes to beautiful productive trout water, from wild freestone rivers like the Beaverhead to spring creeks and tailwater fisheries like the Big Horn River. Rendezvous in Bozeman, Montana on June 12, 2018 and head overland southeast to Big Hole Lodge situated on the Wise River in the Pioneer Mountains. The Lodge is our base for three days to float the Big Hole River and to fish a private, leased 3-mile stretch of the Beaverhead. Transition to DuPuy Creek near Bozeman, a spring creek on private ranchland, for a day of sight casting to very big trout. One guide per angler here will maximize the chance of success on this small beautiful stream. End the trip with a two days of float fishing on the Big Horn River—one guide/boatman per two anglers—a tailwater fishery known for big brown and rainbow trout. Forrester's Big Horn Lodge is our base for this final phase of the trip. Guides are not only richly experienced on these various rivers with respect to which flies and presentations work best, but are a great teaching resource for early stage fly fishermen to reach new levels of competence. Trip cost is $5,920 per person; airfares are not included—call for the complete trip package.

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