YCFF Guide Trip Information Request Form
  • Note that bookings are not set in stone until we have a conversation and I have a deposit. If you select "book it," I will pencil you in temporarily (assuming I am available) pending a conversation and deposit.
  • An approximate number is okay if you're not sure yet.

    Note that the maximum number of clients per guide is two on most trips and five on "beginner brookie" family trips. Additional clients require additional guides.
  • Please note that we do not accept clients younger than age 10.
  • This is the single most important question on this form if you're interested in a walk-wade trip, because nothing is worse for everybody than taking a client to a spot he/she did not disclose would be too rough.
  • We will stick to gentler sections of rivers and lakes with clients who do not know how to swim. On boat trips, non-swimmers will be required to wear life jackets.
  • Whitewater? Heights? Bears? Snakes? Those are listed in decreasing likelihood.
  • The timing of our seasons varies a bit from year to year and depends on temperature, how much it snowed in the previous winter, and how quick this snow melts/melted from April-June. The season is the single most important factor in which waters are available in both a legal and a "what is likely to fish well" sense.
  • Note that we are a small operation and book up quick, so the more specific your date requirements the more important it is to book early.
  • Obviously "lots of big fish" is great, but we have to aim for one or the other.
  • Note that certain techniques work best on certain waters, at certain times of year, and with certain weather/water conditions. Flexibility makes for the best days. We do not guarantee we'll be able to use your preferred techniques.
  • We can move fast and fish hard, hitting everything quick and then moving on, or we can fish slowly and more methodically, fishing everything thoroughly. It depends on the time of year and the river we're fishing.

    Knowing which statement you agree with will help us suggest certain waters and trips. Note that this does not refer to the time we get started, but how we'll approach the day as a whole.
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