9-year old Ethan Cardall is learning to fly fish at one of the best places in Wyoming, T Cross Ranch. The ranch sits on 160 acres outside of Dubois, Wyoming and contains over 1 mile of private fishing on the Horse Creek. The creek is heavily populated with brown, rainbow and Yellowstone cutthroat trout, and anglers come back to the creek year after year to fish.
With its headwaters originating a few miles north of the ranch, Horse Creek bisects the property and is famous for its natural population of brook trout. Managed carefully over the years, this unique fishery is known for its abundant populations of brown, rainbow and most recently Yellowstone cutthroat trout. With over a mile of pristine water, the ranch offers excellent private fishing where 16 to 18-inch trout are common. Horse Creek offers exceptional wade fishing both on the property and in the surrounding National Forest. In addition, other tributaries of the Wind River are nearby and offer exciting trout fishing.