Archive for June, 2011

 

thermopolis fly fishing

Thursday, June 16th, 2011

red rocks and rainbows

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wind river fishing report

Saturday, June 11th, 2011

another big brown

Capt C and top guide Steve Beaz took the jetsled out yesterday to see how the wedding of the waters was fishing. Streamers were the ticket with black, brown or olive articulated streamers working best. Fish were holding tight to the bank, however a few fish were picked up mid river in shallower spots. Buffalo Creek is still dumping in mud, but the river remains very fish-able. Floating moss is starting to become a problem and will only worsen. Subsurface fishing will become more and more difficult as the summer passes. Tricos should start popping on the Bighorn River soon. Until then get out and enjoy the few rivers that are fishing well. Enjoy!

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big browns, bigger water

Tuesday, June 7th, 2011

laramie with a big streamer brown

another big streamer eater

The Wind River is currently flowing high at 5200 cfs. Nymphing has become difficult but streamers with enough work and dedication have been producing big time for us. We usually catch some of our biggest browns this time of the year. High water pushes the big fish to the bank and we saw enough big chasers and had enough hooks ups to confirm it. Wedding of the Waters has mud coming in at Buffalo Creek but it remains fish-able. Our recommendation is to float from WOW to the Hot Springs State Park. Give us a call we have openings until the 16th of June! 307.438.0740

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