Fish Tales Guide Service (FTGS) is located in Casper Wyoming and serves the Casper/central Wyoming area. My name is Bruce Parker. My wife Becki and I reside in Casper which is located in central Wyoming. FTGS offers guided and charter experiences to fishing enthusiasts on a year round basis (reservoir boat fishing and ice fishing). Our multi-species guide service specializes in pursuing walleye and trout (rainbow, brown and cutthroat). Sauger, crappie, burbot, perch, catfish and an occasional bass may also offer angling opportunities. We primarily fish Alcova and Pathfinder Reservoirs which are located within 50 miles of Casper. Outlying reservoirs include Boysen, Glendo, Greyrocks, Seminoe…
Why choose Fish Tales?
Your guide is professional and has decades of multi-species fishing experience. The Fish Tales boat is a roomy Triton 205 and is better equipped than boats of competitors. If your passion is ice fishing, we will provide everything you need for success on the ice. The guide is knowledgeable and experienced in regard to local, as well as more outlying reservoirs (willing to travel significant distances to fulfill your fishing desires). Prices are significantly below trending rates among comparable guide services across the state.
The best way to book a fishing trip is via a phone call (307) 262-5173. We need to discuss elements of the trip so we can tailor a fishing experience that best meets your desires and expectations. We can accommodate up to two people and possibly three. If your party is larger than that, we may need to acquire another guide. We fully understand that things happen and plans may need to be changed. We request that you communicate with us in regard to any needed changes and you may expect the same courtesy from us.
Currently, our asking price is $350 for one person and $50 for each additional person.
– A reasonable travel fee may be requested for fishing waters farther than fifty miles from Casper.
– A deposit is not necessary; however, a confirmation call is requested approximately 24 hours prior to your scheduled outing.