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Grey has been guiding professionally for the past six years and fly fishing for over a decade. He has acquired a true passion for guiding over the years and is an avid fly tyer. Grey ... morelearned to fly fish in the salt water of the Puget Sound and the rivers of Washington State. After moving to Utah, he became consumed with chasing brown, rainbow, and cutthroat trout on the waters of Utah and Wyoming. Grey loves casting to wild trout from his boat with dry flies and says, “helping my clients achieve this same thrill is why I love guiding.” Grey’s easy going demeanor, humor and skill set will give you an unforgettable fishing experience.
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Jeremy Allan has been fly fishing in Utah for the past 25 years and has spent the last 11 years guiding on the Provo River and surrounding streams. Not only is Jeremy considered one ... moreof the top fly fishing guides in the area, he is also an accomplished photographer. His work as a photographer has been published in magazines such as The Drake, Northwest/Southwest Fly Fishing and Catch Magazine. Jeremy takes his artistic talents to the vise, and uses his creative fly tying skills to dupe the most finicky trout. Spending a day on the water with Jeremy will not only improve your technical skill, but you will also put a lot of fish to the net.
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Jake has been guiding on the Provo River and surrounding streams for the past 11 years. Averaging around 180 guide days a year, Jake Smith is considered by many the hardest working ... moreguide in Park City. Jake’s passion for fly fishing started by spending all his free time in the Uinta’s fishing the small streams and lakes with a fly. When a friend took him fishing to Idaho he knew he found his life pursuit Now you can find him in many of the western states chasing a varied species of fish from trout to warm water species. He loves the sport and considers it a privilege to guide all the great people he meets. He prides himself on working hard to get his clients on fish and helping them understand how to catch and land big fish.
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With twelve years experience of guiding fly fishing on the Provo River and surrounding streams, Jeff Harwin is one of the most respected guides in Utah. Jeff began fishing in Florida ... moreas a young child and was first introduced to fly fishing while working as a camp counselor in Pennsylvania at the age of sixteen. Soon he began chasing tarpon and snook on a fly rod, and never picked up his spinning rod again. Jeff has been a die hard enthusiast ever since, chasing trout on the Provo River and other local streams. If you go on a guided fly fishing trip with Jeff you might find yourself on one of many Utah’s secret screams throwing large dries to huge trout. His knowledge of the sport, attention to detail and preparation for any guided trip guarantees a successful excursion. Jeff takes pride in hand tying all of his flies for his guided fly fishing trips, and is ready to share his enthusiasm for the sport with novice to expert anglers. Let Jeff make your Utah fly fishing trip unforgettable.
From Utah, Darren’s been flyfishing from a very young age and tutored by his father. His learning country is the rivers of the northern Wasatch Mountains such as the Logan River, Bear ... moreRiver, Blacksmith Fork and many others, plus with his dad he was lucky enough to spend much of his early learning years on the Rivers of Southern Montana. Studied Bilology at both University of Utah and then Weber State which gives him a very good concept of the outdoors, Fish and insects.
Brad received his first fly rod on his 11th birthday and has been fishing ever since. He began working and guiding for Western Rivers Flyfisher in 2001, mainly on Utah’s small streams. ... moreIn 2008 the Green River beckoned and his guiding switched to the Green River and he now lives in Dutch John, UT, and guides year-round. In off times he concentrates fishing small streams and, enjoys upland bird hunting.
I am a Salt Lake City native and grew up within a few blocks of our fly shop. I’m looking forward to a great fourth season of guiding on the Green River below Flaming Gorge. I started ... morefly fishing the waters of northern Utah and Idaho with my dad and brother at a young age with an emphasis on matching the hatch and finding dry-fly fishing opportunities. Learning this kind of fishing in my youth gave me a keen interest in entomology, reading water, patient observation, and clean presentation. I love exploring small streams and still water but was always mesmerized by big rivers, where complexity seems to hold hands with simplicity, and I feel I am constantly learning. Growing up teaching friends how to fish has built a love for instructing and guiding as a whole, and to me, there is nothing more enjoyable than watching clients improve their skills, catch more fish, and in turn have a more rounded, full experience on the river. In more recent years, fishing a two-handed rod with a swung fly as well as stalking the banks with big dry-flies has taken over my free time. I also love chasing warm water species like carp and bass in the summer. I still find some time to snow/skateboard but they’ve taken a definite back seat to fly fishing the last few years. To me, the Green River is heaven. It’s hard to beat its variety of water, scenery, wildlife, and fishing opportunities for novice to expert anglers and the fish are vibrant and healthy. Not to mention the incredible dry fly fishing. This part of our great state will surely keep me busy for years to come.
Matt has a strong work ethic and guides with a large amount of enthusiasm. He purchased his first Dory when he was 18 to assist his craving for running rivers. His passion to spend ... moretime on the water has played an enormous part in his life. That began by spending a large amount of time stomping around with his Grandfather on the Provo, and Weber Rivers and many of the Stillwater fisheries around Utah.
It then became an addiction as he began to find a crew of friends that had a similar calling to moving water and the fish that lived there. His dream from a young age was to become a Fly-fishing Guide. His dream was realized, when he started to work for Western Rivers Flyfishers, and found he shared the views of his co-workers and the shop’s owner towards the overall experience that can be gained by spending time on the water with good company.
Matt has true affection for throwing Dry Flies and taking an old school approach to both Fly-fishing and guiding. He is an excellent instructor in all types of fly-fishing from Spey casting, throwing streamers, all the way to achieving the perfect drift with a dry fly. He loves to teach and learn from anyone who is willing to spend time with him on the water.
Park City Outfitters is owned and operated by Brandon Bertagnole.

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