The fall season fly fishing in Wyoming is starting off very strong! The past few weeks on the Wind and Bighorn River have been absolutely lights out! Guides RyHud, Spike, and myself have been keeping our nets wet and the oars working in cooler temperatures. I think that the larger water this year has really helped the fish in the river keeping water temperatures down. We did have our first snow of the season this last week, but it was short lived. Temperatures have been back up to the 70’s and 80’s with chilly nights. Looks like we will start guiding the Green River below Fontenelle this next month, which will be perfect for big rainbows and browns. To see more photos from the past couple of weeks please visit our Facebook page.
We are reaching the end of summer here in Wyoming and our guides have been super busy on the rivers and lakes since our last report. The fly fishing has been absolutely outstanding despite the Wind River in Dubois being blown out for the summer. The Wind should be ready as soon as our rainstorms subside. The tributaries have fished as well as I have ever seen them. The Bighorn River has been fishing in full summer mode with the trout hiding out in different locations. We have ditched the indicator for dry-dropper set-ups and streamers, and have caught some phenomenal trout. Tricos still hatching for the time being. We are looking forward to fishing this fall! The big waters are going to yield plentiful and big trout. Fall is one of our favorite times to go fishing, so give us a call! To see more photos from mid-end of summer check out our Facebook Page!