Alan the dog was born in Lake Andes, SD and spent his first few years in Georgia before moving to Victor full time with his owner and WorldCast Operations Manager, Cliff Knight. Alan is named after Cliff’s uncle, who has been critical in instilling Cliff’s passion for the outdoors. When not looking for birds in the woods, fields, or local rivers, Alan the dog spends his free time watching mediocre television and sitting on the couch.
Bell is a Cowboy Corgi, or Red Heeler/Corgi mix that enjoys time in the drift boat and keeping her owner, Josh Cohen, in line and on fish!
Bennett is a Hound Mix but also the Perfect Mix! He enjoys adventures in the mountains and on the rivers surrounding Teton Valley with his owner Eric Ezell.
Joseph “Blue” Polaski is a Chug (Chihuahua Pug) who currently weighs a whopping 10.5lbs. As a covid rescue, Blue has fallen in love with life in Teton Valley, ID with owner Chris Littauer. A surprisingly solid hiker and a truly amazing boat mate, Blue has never let his size undermine his attitude or lifestyle.
Brika the dog that loves stealing your seat in the boat and pointing Robin’s while you float down the river. Never one to discriminate against the natives. And quite possibly the best client you could ever have in your boat.
I’ve never seen another conscious life form so effortlessly alter the world around them the way Captain does.
Clementine Hamby is a four-month-old mostly-lab, and a second-generation fishing guide dog. She is well loved by all those that take care of her. A native of Ashton, ID, her hobbies include chewing sticks, traveling, leading her family and k-nannies on XC ski and snow bike outings and playing with multitude of toys simultaneously. Clem is a quick learner and expects to begin her studies in fly fishing, bird hunting and human psychology this spring. You’ll see her this summer floating down the South Fork while in charge of navigation, swimming and boat behavior with her favorite guide Curt Hamby.
Dodge, a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, was saved during the pandemic. A motor head at heart, his roots show through anytime he nears a running ATV or snow machine. He loves being in a drift boat and is learning his manners while wade fishing. Dodge’s brother, Tui, is teaching him the ins and outs of being a WCA shop dog and we appreciate your patience while he understands his new responsibilities.
Dottie is a 4-year-old Dalmation that is claimed (sometimes) by her owners Tim Watters and Della Frederickson. Dottie lives for hunting chizzlers, following along on horseback rides and evening fishing dates with her humans (Dottie is still in the learning process of “fish are friends, not food”). When Dottie isn’t out causing trouble, she can be found daydreaming about being the best hunting dog in Teton Valley. Maybe one day when the world is black and white, she’ll be the best-camouflaged canine out there. Until then, sticking out and looking pretty is just part of the whole picture. Dottie may not be her Dad’s dream duck hunting dog, but she sure is a keeper.
Frank has never met a stranger or a ball he wouldn’t chase. Get him in your favorite fishing hole and he will spook every fish for miles while splashing and swimming around. He loves belly rubs and long walks in the woods looking for grouse with his dad, Will Ezell.
Hi, my name is Goose, I was born in the winter of 2015. I live in Montana and spent my last 8 winters retrieving ducks and geese for my waterfowl guide Dad, Mike Bias. I started gun school right away before I was even a year old. But I guess I was a slow learner, as during my second summer I found myself at a different trainer, and…still in school. Then, yep, two more summers in school. I like ducks. I like geese too, but I really like ducks. Mallards are my favorite. I did not pick up my first pintail until I was four, but we don’t have many pintails in Montana, they’re pretty uncommon. And, I did not pick up my first pheasant until I was eight. When I am not working – usually through fall and winter, I like to travel. In summer, I like to float the rivers. I like swimming, I enjoy eating, and I am a big fan of sleeping.
Gus and Cosmo are proud managers of the White Family Ranch. Both excel at breaking in fine leather couches, reducing vol populations, and bathing in terribly smelly detritus. The Ranch and owner George White would be in shambles without them. Thanks for all you do boys!
Hoss and Tashi are proud owners of WCA Guide Kevin Emery. These two can be found spending many a day in the field chasing fins and feathers in the surrounding area.
June is a Boykin Spaniel. She is low to the ground but big at heart! June loves to be on the river most days with owner Mike Janssen and is learning to be a good boat dog.
Mona is a 2 year old Llewellin setter. She takes care of her humans, Joe Harris and fiance Hannah, as much as she gets fed. She loves to hunt in the mountains and plains across the United States and has chased many different species of birds each year. Despite the fact that she has four legs and fur, she sternly believes that she is a human not a dog. She just didn’t turn out the same as her other littermates. If she had thumbs and could speak English, we would all be in trouble!
Originally from Wisconsin, Neil is a German Shorthaired Pointer that was drawn to the west because of its vast array of bird chasing opportunities. Outside of hunting season, you’ll find him on a mountain bike trail, chilling in a clackacraft or backcountry skiing with his owner, Mike Medvecz.
Born in the fall, Otis is a Yellow Labrador Retriever that has always loved the snow from his winter puppyhood. He loves to fetch his ball, eat (mostly anything included food), hikes in the mountains and boat rides with his owner Kasey Collins.
Pinny is a Cali girl that now lives in Jackson’s Hole with her favorite human: Her dad Mikey. Pinny cut her teeth guiding waterfowl hunts in Kansas while her dad cooked breakfast in the blind. When Pinny isn’t busy fetching ducks and geese, she’s thinking about fetching ducks and geese. You will often find her snoring in the front seat of her dad’s drift boat not caring about fishing at all, thinking to herself, “Is it duck season yet dad?”
Remi is a Wirehair Pointing Griffon/Poodle Mix. He loves to swim, hike, bike and play ball. Remi is aspiring to be a great boat dog with his owner Brenda Swinney!
Hey guys Rosalia here. You know La Chica Bonita. My Daaaad, Geoff Johnson, told me to write this in the third person, forgive me guys, I’m a chica dog and I don’t fully grasp all these human grammatical concepts. They tell me I was born in Oklahoma, not Arizona. What does it matter, I wasn’t there too long. I’ve spent most of my life in Idaho sitting in a drift boat licking fish. Every fall I get to go some place my Daaad refers to as the Cosmic Prairie. Thats my favorite time of the whole year! We chase the birds around, I point em, and my Daaaad tries to shoot them. Any way guys I really like to fish, so if you go with my Daaaad tell him you want me to go as well. I’ll help you finish your lunch. If you’re lucky l’II lick a fish or two.
Ruby hails from St. Anthony, Idaho—home of the Henry’s Fork. She likes all things outdoors and doesn’t care for slow fishing.
Ruth is an American chocolate lab from Blue Rock gun dogs. Many of Ruth’s brothers and sisters are are show dogs or field trial sporting dogs. Ruth will retrieve anything that her owner, Trevor Wine, makes fall out of the sky. Her Grandpa was a Best in Show Kennel Club Grand Champion.
The one and only WCA Fly Fishing Cat – Sturgill is an English Tabby Cat from the swamplands of Mississippi. Now he calls Teton Valley, ID with his owner WorldCast Guide Hunter Blattmann. Sturgill enjoys float trips on the Teton River and playing with flies (hooks and feathers preferred…)
Timber was born in Missoula, MT. After a few years of bouncing from home to home, Timber ended up in a shelter with Moonsong Malamute rescue. He is a pure malamute. Craig Richardson and his wife Kendall rescued him in June 2020. He loves fishing, boats, cars and his favorite food is whitefish!
Tui is a black British Labrador retriever that hails from the hollows of Middle Tennessee. Always a puppy at heart, Tui calls Victor, ID home with his owner, Mike Dawkins. When not snoozing or eagerly greeting customers at the door; Tui spends his free time joining in on fishing adventures, chasing upland birds or supervising his owner.