Bighorn and Wind River Fishing Guide Report July 10 2018: The Bighorn River is starting to quickly drop and current water flow are at 3550 CFS (Click HERE to see most current river data). With the lowering of flows, the river has slowly started to come into shape and fish are more actively feeding on the fly. We definitely have seen an increased number of nice sized trout (19-22 inches) coming to the boat. Fish are still quite picky in what they eat, so taking time and changing flies to figure out what they are keying on is crucial right now. The river will only continue dropping and fishing will continue to get better with more steady and lower water flows. Keep posted for more to come!
Wind River & Dubois, Wyoming Fishing Report: The Wind River is finally coming down and clearing up. If this weather holds, we will be fishing the Wind River any day now. The tributaries are also dropping and wade fishing is becoming easier and the Yellowstone Cutthroats are definitely hungry and looking up for flies. Dubois waters are coming into shape and you cannot beat the mountain scenery on pristine freestone streams. We have been busy guiding both Dubois area and the Bighorn River. Keep posted for more reports to come with another busy week on the water. If you are interested in a fly fishing trip or have any questions, we can be reached on our CONTACT PAGE.