The water flows on the Bighorn River in Thermopolis have drastically dropped. Last week, flows were around 5000 cfs and today they have dropped to 2490 cfs. We fished the river two days ago at 4000 cfs and it was outstanding. We are kind of bummed that the flows are dropping because it is so much fun flushing the big fish in big waters on big bugs. We caught numerous fish nymphing annelids and throwing big streamers. The fishing should remain good to excellent as the flows drop. Dry fly fishing coming soon! In addition to the Bighorn River, the Wind River remains blown out near Dubois. Some of our key mountain lakes on the Shoshone National Forest are finally icing off, which is a great time to fish them. Full guide season has started and we have been busy. To book your trip, call 307-349-3331. We will work hard to put you on the fish and provide an enjoyable fishing experience with our knowledgeable and personable guides who have fished the area for well over 26 years.