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Winthrop Washington Fly Fishing Guides
Winthrop Washington fly fishing on the Methow River for trout & steelhead with Globetrouters Guide Service. Winthrop Washington is a beautiful small western theme town where the Chewuch and Methow River confluence begins an over 80 mile journey to the Columbia River. Fly fishing in Winthrop is just one great recreational activity that most folks love doing in our great Methow Valley. Join Globetrouters Guide Service on the Methow River to cast for your trout or steelhead.
Brandon grew up at the Federal Fish Hatchery in Winthrop Washington where his
has been the head fisheries biologist for many
years. The two of them traveled to Montana nearly every summer to visit their Aunt Loan and to cast their lines for brown trout on the Madison River. Montana, known as “the birthplace of fly fishing” was also the beginning of fly fishing for both Chris and Brandon. They spent countless hours tying flies, building rods, and reading stretches
of water. As Brandon grew more independent he started exploring the Methow’s more remote tributaries and high mountain lakes and Intrigued by what he found, Brandon gained a vast knowledge of the small and large bodies of water in the Methow Valley. This Kind of knowledge and dedication is what’s needed when hiring a fly fishing
guide in the Methow Valley.
Tom was raised in the shadow of the North Cascades. In his early years
he spent his time in Winthrop on the Methow River where he was introduced to fly fishing. As a young man, Tom traveled the northwest targeting trout from Washington to Montana and Alaska. He has spent years studying the Methow river and the surrounding lakes and has discovered a true talent through countless hours of rowing the river,reading water, and choosing the right flies to be successful. These unique qualities make Tom’s job more rewarding as a Methow fly fishing guide for Globetrouters Guide Service LLC.
Graham Clark grew up just on the other side of the North Cross
State Hwy in Mt. Vernon Washington but has spent every
summer in the Methow at his family’s home in Winthrop since he was a
young boy. Graham and his family have had a home in the
Methow Valley for over 15 years and often would fly fish the
Methow and Chewuch rivers as a young lad growing up. Clark began fly fishing at age seven mastering his fishing abilities on the Methow River and also spending time on the Skagit and Nooksack rivers. Graham enjoys back country skiing, mountain biking and has a B.S. in geology from Western Washington University and his skills on the river and lakes combined with his education make his guiding abilities second to none.