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Monday, November 13, 2017

Bighorn River Flows Update

Talked to Bureau of Rec this morning and their guy in charge says the river will drop to 1500cfs today. Their goal is to have it down to 1100cfs by the end of the month and keep it there all winter.

Fishing is good. Weather is good.

We will be out of town Nov 18-26. Open dates on either side. If you wanna book a trip in the next couple days ill give ya a deal...

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Hot soup

 Few inches of snow on the ground and not really wanting to break the freezing point has a few trips cancelled this week, but it looks like it's going to warm up a bit here the next few days if ya wanna hop in the boat.. hot soup included.

Flows have dropped to 2000cfs. Streamer bite has been pretty consistent and had good dry fly fishing over the weekend. Nymphing is okay. Water clarity is about 4 feet give or take.

Monday, October 30, 2017

Fishing report - Bighorn River - Thermopolis, WY

Fishing seems to be picking up. Had a fun couple days pitching streamers with Ryan.. couple of nice browns, some solid rainbows and even a carp...



Flows are still around 2500cfs... the rumor mill says they will drop it mid November. Clarity is getting better, just over a couple feet.

Nymphing is spotty, getting em in a few holes. Streamer fishing is good & bad.... Good one day and bad the next. And there are a few risers when we have the blue wings.

Plenty of days open until November 18 when we fly down to BAJA!

Saturday, October 14, 2017

...and it continues

River was bumped up to 2500cfs. Still murky and still mossy.
Also WYF&G will be doing their shocking surveys this week,  Oct 16-19.

Saturday, October 7, 2017

Doomsday report

River bumped up to 2100 cfs a couple days ago and has a lot of floating moss. Still murky from the turnover. Things oughtta be back to normal by next week. Streamer bite is okay, keep your flies clean. Nymphing has not been very good and dries are decent as long as it ain't windy

Monday, October 2, 2017

Busy weekend

Flows are 800 cfs give or take.  The river has been lowered to enable the removal of an island in Worland that causes ice jams and subsequent flooding.

I think the lake is turning over... River got pretty murky and there is a lot of globular floating moss.

Tricos are the ticket in the morning,  dry or drowned. Baetis are the key in the afternoons nymphs or dries.

Monday, September 18, 2017

Fall is in the air

Kipp with an awesome boat ramp brown. Ate a #20 drowned baetis

Cooler weather has the blue wings hatching and the fish feeding. River was dropped yesterday to around 900cfs. Water is clear.
Streamer bite has been decent, nymphing has been pretty consistent,  and the dry fly fishing has been awesome. Couple dates open for September and lots of dates open for October.  Celebrate fall and come fishing with us!