Bighorn River Fishing: Thermopolis, Wyoming is dropping water flows each day, and the clarity is starting to improve. Fish are definitely starting to feed. We are taking out several fishing trips out on the Bighorn this week, so keep posted for more to come! It will be great to get back to the Bighorn knowing that the fishing should only get better each day! The Wind/Bighorn River is flowing at 5106 cfs with only 4300 cfs coming in. Boysen Reservoir should be out of flood stage tomorrow! To see current water flow data on the Wind River and Bighorn River please click HERE
Dubois, Wyoming Fishing Report: The past few weeks our guides have been busy in the Dubois area fishing the many tributaries. The streams and creeks have been fishing extremely well with dry-dropper setups. We have been honored to work with Casting for Recovery Wyoming and Project Healing Waters Long Beach Program over the past few weeks. It is always a very special treat for us to spend time on the water with some of the most amazing people! Thank you!
The water is dropping quickly in Dubois, and we have all been looking forward to fishing the Wind River. Unfortunately, the Wind River is low enough to fish, but there was a huge landslide that is sloughing in dirt and debris into the river. We are not sure when the river will clear up, but we will keep you posted. To read more about the landslide in the Wind River click HERE
Green River Fontenelle Fishing Report: The Green River below Fontenelle has been fishing well through high water and through the dropping of river flows. Guests have caught some beautiful trout and it is great to see the river fishing so well! High water years and plenty of precipitation have really helped the fishery! As the summer temperatures heat up, we will spend less and less time on the Green River to help protect the fish. The river flows are currently at 4770 cfs. To see the most current water data from the Bureau of Reclamation click HERE