Archive for September, 2013

 

trico hatch in thermopolis

Tuesday, September 24th, 2013

another big rainbow

BOOM. trico dry fly action all am. Do you want in? Come join the fun!!!!

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cute girl, big rainbow

Monday, September 23rd, 2013

another montana rainbow

 

Life is good. Fishing is better. We are wrapping up our season in Montana and Wyoming before Capt. C leaves to guide for steelhead on the Trinity River in Northern California. He will be running trips until the end of October and Steve Beaz will be covering the winter trips as always. Fishing is September is over looked as most people are hunting in the Mountains.

We have openings left in September and October. Give us a call @ 307-438-0740

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September can be the best month of the year!

Wednesday, September 4th, 2013

huge wyoming brown trout

humpback  brown trout do exist….

Come join us this month for some of the best fishing of the year. Headhunting,  Streamer, Nymphing, and Terrestrial fishing are all available.

As hunting season begins the river will empty and offer solitude and large trout for the non-hunting anglers! Come join us for a September adventure in Wyoming.

Give us a call! 307.438.0740

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September Fly Fishing in Thermopolis

Monday, September 2nd, 2013

Thermopolis Brown Trout

Ashley  with one of many big brown trout from the week

Finally  back from Montana and guiding on the Bighorn River in Thermopolis, Wyoming. It feels good to be back on the homestretch. After guiding all season on the fabled blue ribbon trout stream outside of Bozeman, Montana I realize how unique this one fishery in central Wyoming is. I am really looking forward to guiding all of September here and we do have some openings. Steve B will be on hand guiding most of the month as well.  Give us a call at 307.438.0740. 

Now for a fishing report:

Bobber: You cannot go wrong subsurface. The fish are eating nymphs in the deep runs and thru the shallows. Scuds, caddis, small yellow pmd nymphs have all been producing. The shallow 2 to 4 foot sections are stacked with rainbows.

Dry/Dropper: Deadly. The Hopper/dropper has been deadly and our main way to attack the river.

Dry: Commit to the hopper or cricket and you will be rewarded. Certain sections of the river are better than others. It has been hit or miss with the terrestrials. Some of the biggest browns are looking up for the hopper!

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