Spring has finally arrived in Wyoming. Many residents are concerned about flooding with our large snow pack (200% of average). All of that snow has to melt off and go somewhere, and that is in the rivers and streams that we fish. Flows in the rivers have been increasing across the state with our warmer weather and recent precipitation. The Bighorn River is flowing at 4240 cfs and has been muddy below Buffalo Creek lately. Wedding of the Waters has been clear with moss. Once the flows stabilize and Buffalo Creek clear, the river should be fishing very well. The Green River has been steady at around 3000 cfs and was slightly bumped to 3520 cfs last week. We are excited to see how that will be fishing this next week. Spring flows do not end the fishing. We have many lakes, river runs, and other tricks up our sleeves to find the trout. The trick is watching the weather and the water flows (found on “Waters We Guide” sections on our website).