Fall foliage and fly fishing

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Fall foliage and fly fishing

Screen Shot 2018-08-27 at 10.52.51 AMMove over Vermont, New Hampshire and Tennessee. Your fall foliage has nothing on the Wasatch Range of Utah! The mountains here offer spectacular displays of color — golden quaking aspen, red maple and rust-colored oak intermingled with pine and occasionally, a dusting of early snow.

Why not consider a quick trip to Park City this fall? The summer crowds are gone and the skiers have not yet arrived, so it’s a quieter and beautiful time to visit. We typically get lots of days of Indian summer, perfect for casting your flies on the nearby Provo River.

Don’t know the first thing about fly fishing? We’ll teach you! Our owner and operator, Brandon Bertagnole, has been guiding since 1989 and is one of 12 certified fishing instructors in the state of Utah. He loves introducing men, women and children to the sport, its elegance and its ethics. You might even consider an extended visit to take advantage of our Cast and Blast package. It’s a guided two-to-three-day fishing and hunting trip on the Green River and a private pheasant ranch.

If it’s the fall colors you or your traveling companions find alluring, cap off your trip with a drive over the Mount Nebo Scenic Byway. It’s not far from Park City. Wondering where you could stay? We offer a fully remodeled Park City condo located at the intersection of Park Avenue and Deer Valley Drive. It’s within walking distance to Park City Ski Resort, restaurants and shopping. You can learn all about our guide service and the condo at our website.