What to Bring
Clothing: There can be big temperature changes throughout the day and in the evening, so comfortable clothing you can layer is recommended. Most opt for blue jeans and a few different weights of t-shirts, long sleeve shirts and a sweater or lightweight fleece. Bring a rain jacket or slicker just in case. For evenings, it’s strictly informal, so casual or Western wear is just right.
Horseback Riding: We require cowboy boots for riding. Leather gloves and a bandanna are a good idea, too.
Outdoors: Bring sunscreen, lip balm and a wide-brimmed hat.
Fishing: Bring your own gear if you have it. Whatever you don’t have, wait to buy from local fly fishing outfitters when you get here, especially when it comes to flies – it’s good to go to the locals since they can advise you best on what you need for the water you want to fish. If you’re just giving fly fishing a try, you can borrow items from our fishing guide and buy a few basics from our Ranch Trading Post. Fishing licenses and flies appropriate for local waters are also available at the ranch.
Camera: A must.