Tuesday, July 27, 2021


Scott Sanchez

Scott Sanchez is a longtime resident of Jackson, Wyoming, and has stomped around the Yellowstone region for most of his life. When he’s not chasing elk during fall he’s tempting trout on an array of his unique flies, especially during the spring and summer season.


Articles by Scott Sanchez:

Plastic Surgery For Enhanced Midges

Posted on: 07 Apr 2021

Timing and Location My home waters in the greater Yellowstone region—including Wyoming’s Snake River, the South Fork Snake and lower Henry’s Fork in Idaho, and the Gallatin, Madison and Yellowstone rivers in Montana—all have some great midge fishing. Depending on the year and specific water conditions, these hatches start in [...]



Everfloat Caddis Emerger

Posted on: 08 Feb 2021

The Everfloat Caddis Emerger came about in preparation for a trip to Livingston, Montana for the April caddis hatch on my old home water, the Yellowstone River. I’ve used a variety of caddis patterns over the years, from imitative to attractor, but in the last few years, caddis emergers have worked best. My Everything Emerger […]



Tying for Spring

Posted on: 14 Dec 2020

Living in the high-elevation icebox of Jackson, Wyoming, doesn’t lend itself to serious winter fishing. But that doesn’t mean I don’t fantasize about warmer spring days ahead, and casting to rising trout. However, after a summer and fall spent dry-fly fishing, there are depleted fly boxes to deal with—in other [...]