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!

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.

His legendary good nature has allowed him to forge a very real form of diplomatic immunity, even in the hawkish confines of a devout HOA community.
It’s truly amazing .
I’ve never loved a dog as much as I love Captain.
One of five discarded pups, he was the only one not playing when we first saw him.
He was aware of why we were there and he knew it was to be.
He is part big brother, part little brother, part friend, part father and part something that I can’t describe, but  know i will never find again.
Loves to go fishing but doesn’t care at all about the fishing.
Has been on several hundred guide days with me.
Has much to do with my requested trips.
He was our test-kid.
Captain is twelve years old

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.

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

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!