Matt Happe (Happy)
Matt grew up in Nebraska - corn fields and dirt roads. In 1998 he moved to Utah to snowboard the "Greatest Snow on Earth". In those 1st Utah years he was exposed to the fly rod and the hook was set. Mayfly Guide Service is his 3rd successful Utah company. Matt enjoys hunting, mountain biking, skiing, snowboarding and dirt biking. He is married to his lovely wife Shannon and together they have 1 little girl, Zoe. He now knows what "Daddy's Girl" really means.
Matt's priority is to make sure that your expectations are exceeded and your trip is a huge success. If this is your 1st or 500th trip, spending the day with Mayfly Guides will be one you won't forget.
Cody has over 15 years of fly fishing experience. His love of fly fishing started at a young age and progressed into the passion he has today. Born and bred in Ohio, Cody learned to fly fish on the rivers and lakes of the midwest. He then moved to Utah to pursue both his career in aerial skiing and degree at University of Utah. During his ten years spent in Park City, Cody had pursued and studied every stretch of water he could get close to.
Soon after graduating from the "U", Cody became the director of the Squaw Valley Freestyle Team in Lake Tahoe California. In his 8 year run as director Cody coached all skill levels from first timers to US Ski Team athletes. He also kept his fly fishing skills sharp in the summer while running his own guide service on the Truckee river.
Looking for that easy honey hole or wanting to take the road less traveled? Cody will get you there.
Mark Cooper (Coop)
Hometown: Greenwich, CT.
Years fly fishing: 25
Years guiding: 12
Favorite fish to chase: Redfish
Favorite hatch: Yellow Sallies
Favorite thing to do outside of fly fishing: Hanging with family and friends
Coop is a seasoned veteran. You can find him day in and day out on the river. His years of guiding experience shows on those difficult days. Catching fish is never a question with Mark, its how many can you handle.
Thank you and we look forward to catching fish and spending the day with you on the river.