Lyndy Caine, Owner
Growing up nearby, spending her summers on the Lake, the Firehole Ranch was always a special place for Lyndy. So, when she learned in 1999 that her beloved Firehole Ranch was destined to be sliced into 20-acre ranchettes, she couldn’t stand by and watch. Well aware of the Ranch’s long, rich history, she chose to save the pristine 640 acres by purchasing it herself. In doing so, she managed to preserve not only the original 640 acres that were first settled in the 1860s, but she also rescued the historic structures as well as the intimate fly fishing experience.
Rather than providing a modern day experience out in the wilds of Montana, Lyndy chose to maintain the exceptional opportunity to completely escape the modern world. A rarity today, Lyndy believes the Firehole Ranch exists to teach us all a lesson about life, fly fishing and what is truly important. She and her staff have a keen understanding of the symbiotic relationship of the Ranch with the land around it, and make every effort to practice good stewardship and sustainable practices. “Our greatest satisfaction comes from watching our visitors decompress and become centered again as they reconnect with themselves and the natural world around them,” Lyndy remarks. “We make every effort to ensure that we can continue to provide this extraordinary escape for generations to come."
Sheree BaxteR, Business Manager
Sheree was born and raised on Florida's Space Coast where she developed a passion for the outdoors and especially fishing. Her joy of fly fishing brought her west to experience all that Montana has to offer. She has spent several summers in the Yellowstone area, and enjoys adventuring and fishing her way through the park and its surrounding waters. Sheree earned her bachelor's degree from the University of Florida and joins Firehole Ranch as a recent MBA graduate from the University of Montana. She is excited to help you plan your trip of a lifetime!
Matt Breuer, Operations Manager
We welcome Matt from the FHR guide team to the other side of Hebgen Lake. After four seasons of guiding for Firehole, Matt is now pleased to take on a new challenge as Operations Manager.
Matt has realized a fruitful life in the fly fishing industry. His travels have taken him all around the world. Early on, in his college years, he began guiding in Alaska and Tierra del Fuego, Argentina, and as he grew in the industry, he managed lodges and guides in Russia, Argentina, and Guyana.
Winters find Matt biding his time between Utah, where he lives with his wife, Dana, and several trips with clients in the jungle of Guyana.