Green River, Bighorn River, & Dubois & Lander Fishing Report:
Green River: Guide, Jeff Judkins, had a stellar day on the Green River earlier this week. Our guests caught several nice browns and cutthroat trout in the 20 plus inch range. The river was flowing at 2500 cfs on Tuesday and by this weekend the river will be bumped up to 5000 cfs. This will make fishing a little tricky during the bump, but once the flows stabilize fishing will be outstanding again.
Bighorn River: The river flows have stabilized on the Bighorn River. Inflow from the Wind River into Boysen Reservoir is 9818 cfs and Boysen dam is releasing 5034 cfs into the Wind River and Bighorn River (this is subject to change). Yellow Sallies have started to hatch and the river is big making for fantastic fishing. We equate big water to big fish and absolutely love guiding in these conditions. More reports to come later this week from the Bighorn River.
Dubois & Lander Waters: The Wind River in Dubois and the streams in Lander are pretty much peaking making waters high and a bit off color. The fishing on the lakes (stillwater fly fishing) and the high mountain streams is the ticket right now. Fish are always to be had in the Wind River and Absaroka Mountain Ranges.