Even with two feet of snow predicted in the mountains in Northwestern Wyoming, spring is definitely in the air and water. River and stream flows are coming up and making some waters blown out, except the Bighorn River and a few other tailwaters. The river flows on the Bighorn River in Wyoming have been holding steady and the water is clear. Had the opportunity to go out with Doc Ingle, a third-generation native to Thermopolis, and had a great day floating from Wedding of the Waters. Weather was rainy, sunny, calm, and winter-like all in one day. Don’t like the weather in Wyoming? Wait five minutes. Doc had the hot hand and on his first cast hooked into a hog. He caught a nice Yellowstone Cutthroat and this big healthy Rainbow. The blue-wing olives swarmed us after this picture. Sow bug patterns were the go-to fly though. Was great floating with Doc and learning a lot about the history on the area. Thanks Doc and look forward to fishing with you again!