Cody grew up in Alaska fishing for salmon, trout and other species. He started guiding out of high school at age 16 at Lake Creek and on the Skwenta/Yenta/Susitna drainages of AK. He began guiding for Old Moe on the Green in 2016. Cody holds a US Coast Guard 100-ton Master Captain license and has over 15 years of guiding experience. Currently he calls Dutch John "home" with his fiancé Amber and daughter Autumn. He loves fishing and guiding on the Green and looks forward to the technical and ever-changing challenges this fishery presents daily.
Eric Pietz has been guiding on the Green River for 27 years. He has guided in Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, as well as Utah. He guides out of a 19'long and 60" wide custom made Hyde Drift Boat. This boat is very roomy,tons of dry storage, as well as very stable. It is equipped with the best equipment Orvis offers for your free use. Over the years, I have learned, that you must be able to throw dry flies, pull streamers or drift nymphs, IF you want to catch fish EVERY DAY. I am well versed in all techniques and can teach complete beginners or coach experts on how to catch the wild Green River trout. I look forward to welcoming you aboard.
Paul grew up fly fishing the fabled limestone spring creeks of south central Pennsylvania. He moved to Bozeman, Montana for college and began his guiding career there. Paul has been fishing the Green River since 2001, and has been guiding the Green since June of 2005. Paul guides and fishes the green river yearlong (over 200 days), living in Dutch John mid-march through Thanksgiving. Paul is a very patient and well- rounded guide. He enjoys fishing a variety of methods, and is very good with beginners and experts alike. When he is not fishing the green river, he can be found off The East Cape of the Baja, Mexico fishing for rooster fish, sail fish, and marlin in some undisclosed location.
Our Green River fly fishing guides are professionally trained and Orvis endorsed with many years of experience. I can assure you that you will have a great day on the water with any one of these fun guides. Their guiding passion in life is to teach people how to fly fish. These guys love what they do and have a great attitude while doing it. A good qualified fly fishing guide equals success on the Green River.
Old Moe's philosophy is to provide the best trip possible for each individual. We enjoy the beauty of the Green river canyon through which the Green River flows and accentuate the entire experience related to fly-fishing in our trips. Our aim is to create the most enjoyable trip possible for you, from instructing the beginner or novice who wishes to be taught the basics --- including casting, rigging outfits, and stalking and catching fish, or for the more advanced flyfisher who needs just the guides excellent knowledge of the river
Brandon's family has lived in Park City, Utah for four generations. He has been guiding on the Green River with Old Moe Guide Service since 1999. The Green river is just over 3 hours from Park City. This is a Blue Ribbon fishery and is world renowned for trophy-sized trout and scenic beauty. Our trips provide some of the best fishing in the country. The river allows fishing with artificial lures only. We fly-fish on any of the "three river sections" which begin below Flaming Gorge Dam and total 28 miles. Brandon also owns and operator Park City Outfitters. He offers Provo River wade fishing trips, other rivers and some hunting opportunities. If you are interested in a Provo River fishing trip, Green River Float trio or hunting with Brandon here is the link to his web site
I am happy to report to you that James Boehm now works for Old Moe Guide Service!
James has been a Green River fly fishing Guide since 2000 and because his dad Hank has been a Green River fly fishing Guide since the 1980's he spent nearly every Summer on the Green from a very young age. So you can say that James knows the Green better than most. James is well versed in all fly fishing technique's, Dry fly, Nymphs,and Streamers, his favorite technique is which ever one is working best at the time.
I started my fly fishing in Colorado's front range, my home state. At the age of 20 I had fished every stream and river in Colorado and felt it was time to branch out. I explored most of the major rocky mountain rivers and enjoyed all of them. In 2000 I decided to head to Utah's Green River for a week long fishing trip. It didn’t take more then a few hours to fall in love. I spent the next year figuring out how I could make the move up to Dutch John for the season. 17 years later and I am still here and still loving the river and the area. Now I spend my summers chasing trout on the Green, and my winters swinging flies for Steelhead and searching the flats for rolling Tarpon.
I have been a Fly-Fishing Guide and Fly Tier for better than thirty years. I have worked at some of the most revered Trout and Salmon waters in the world from Alaska to Chile. I am considered a Master Drift Boat and fly fishing river guide. I currently guide on the Green River at Flaming Gorge Utah (32nd year), the White River in western Colorado, Three Forks Ranch on the Little Snake River in northwestern Colorado, I hold a Coast Guard 100 ton Captains license and take fishing charters on Flaming Gorge Lake in Utah, Lake Powell in Utah-Arizona, Lake Havasu in Arizona-California and for the last few years in the Florida Keys and the Bahamas. My Facebook Page is Jimmy Cohen or jc.fishguide.
Hank has been fly fishing since the age of 10 and is going into his 27th year as a professional fly fishing guide. Anyone who has fished with the Hankster knows it is hard to find a better guide to show you great fly fishing experience. Look for Hank to be floating the Green or wading the Provo or Weber in search of a big dry-fly eating trout for his clients.
Texas native Brent Hodges started fly fishing at nine years old in Colorado with his grandpa, who introduced him to the sport.
At 19, Brent got his first guide gig across the country in Alaska, guiding for trout and salmon. He guided the King Salmon, Alagnak and Nushagak rivers in jet boats.
He later returned to Texas to guide for trout and bass, using a drift boat. After obtaining his USCG Captain’s License and purchasing a polling skiff, he began his journey for tarpon and redfish in the saltwater flats along the Texas coast.
In 2006 he started his own fly shop and Texas-based guide service out of Canyon Lake, located near the Guadalupe River, the southernmost trout stream in the country. ReelFly Fishing Adventures, an all-water guide service, caters to hundreds of clients each year from all over the world, from first-time flyfishermen and women to seasoned anglers.
In 2013 Brent headed north to guide the Provo river
Terry Collier has been guiding in the Flaming Gorge area for 31 years, and before that he was a white water guide in the Grand Canyon and the lower Green through his late teenage years until switching to a fly-fishing Outfit he named Old Moe on the Green River. Now he has added Flaming Gorge Fishing Co. to his repertoire and for the last 10 years has been guiding for Lake trout on the fabulous Flaming Gorge Reservoir. The other two guides working under this permit, Jim Cohen, and Mike Sargent have equally impressive guiding credentials backed by a lifetime of fishing.
Mitch Kirwan, owner at Moe Henery's fly shop in Fraser CO. Mitch comes over to lend a hand when we need an extra guide and has been guiding on the Green for many years and is a most excellent guide!
Spencer Black has lived in Utah for most of his life and grew up fly fishing small trout streams since his childhood. One stream ran behind his house, in fact. He started working in area fly shops In high school and has a B.S. in Recreation Resource Management with a minor in Fisheries from Utah State University. After college he worked for the Oregon and Washington Departments of Fisheries, as well as an upscale lodge in Alaska.
From these experiences and training, he has become an expert at reading river strategy and trout and aquatic invertebrate habitat. He has been a guide on the Green River for two years, helping hundreds of clients learn how to fly fish using the technique that best suits them and will ensure them a successful day on the River.
When Spencer is not fishing for trout in the Green River, he spends time chasing upland and waterfowl with his bird dog Riffle, big game with a bow, and spey fishing for steelhead in the Northwest.