Wind River Fly Fishing Spring 2019: This last week when the flows bumped up on the Bighorn River in Thermopolis, Wyoming. Our guides headed up river to the Wind. The fishing was decent to good and moss free, which is always nice when conditions aren’t great downstream. Fish are eating nymphs, streamers, and the occasional dry fly. The trout are hungry and healthy this year, and at Dunoir Fishing Adventures we have plenty of options for fishing during challenging conditions. We have plenty of options and water to fish when conditions aren’t good on the Bighorn or Wind River. The Green River is always a great option for the spring through early July.
Current water flows out of Boysen Dam feeding the Wind River and Bighorn River is at 1535 cfs until about mid-month of May. From there, we can expect another bump in flows depending on how much precipitation the basin receives. We are getting normal spring cycles bringing rain and snow, but days in between have been stellar.
The Wind River in Dubois has had a bump in flows, but has come down a little bit with the cooler temperatures that came into the Wind River Basin this week.
The moss on the Bighorn River has finally settled down. The boys where out today and reported great streamer fishing, and much less mossy conditions. With the right weather it is time to hunt heads and chuck some meat. Weather is only going to get nicer by the day. We are looking forward to another great 2019 fishing season with a lot in store.
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