Paul Newman


Paul is a North Platte native and a fourth generation Wyomingite. Growing up in Torrington Eastern Wyoming, the North Platte offered more waterfowl opportunity than fishing. At age 14 Paul discovered his passion for the outdoors and fly fishing.

During college Paul meet his wife Katie when he spent spring, summer and fall guiding flyfishing around Saratoga and winters in Laramie pursuing a degree in Fisheries Management and Biology from the University of Wyoming. After graduating, he knew he wanted to continue guiding but knew it would have to be on his own.

They moved to Eastern Wyoming where Paul found his second obsession and profession  guiding waterfowl hunts.   After a year in  Torrington they both knew  they wanted to live in  Saratoga where Paul could be closer to his work and Katie could be closer to family.

We are now dual citizens of Torrington and Saratoga.  Spending the winters guiding waterfowl hunters in grain fields along the North Platte River near Torrington.  The rest of the year is spent guiding fisherman through out Carbon county in Southern Wyoming.