This could go in the vacation thread, but here too.
Next August I'm going with my son, and two other dads with their 18 year old sons, to Wyoming into the Wind River Range. While we are couching this as a "last hurrah" for the boys going off to college, the overt goal of the trip is to catch as many trout as possible. Brook, Cutthroat, Mackinaw, Lake, Rainbow, and the holy grail, Golden.
My friend who is leading the trip did this as a 20 something, and has never experienced better trout fishing in his life. A cursory review of Youtube would show that the fishing is as good as ever for those willing to make the trek.
Day 1 will be about a 14 mile hike with our hydration/daypacks while our full packs are carried in by horseback to our rendezvous point by Grave Lake. From there, we head north into the Shoshone Reservation for a truly primitive and remote experience. Grizzly, black bear, mountain lion, wolves, elk, bison, moose, antelope, all the grandeur of The West.