With a motto like “no fish, no pay, no kidding” you can’t go wrong. Justin Harding of Utah Pro Fly Fishing’s clients have a 98 percent catch rate—so he can afford to make that promise. A passionate fly fisherman, he tries to instill that passion in his clients by adapting each trip to a visitor’s particular needs. Whether you’re an expert fly fisherman who’s never been to Utah, or a first-timer, the guides will make sure you enjoy your experience. They take everyone from small groups to large parties, and there is one guide to every two fisherman, so visitors will never be left wondering what to do. Park City, Utah | 801.376.0626 | utahproflyfishing.com
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