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Goodbye Cold! Hello California Steelhead!

Wednesday, November 14th, 2012

Things have slowed down for the season as the cold has dropped in and settled. Fishing on the Bighorn in Thermopolis remains solid if you can endure the unpredictable elements. The Brown Trout are starting to spawn so please avoid the redds and shallows as our future trout populations depend on it. Standard tailwater fair in terms of nymping… Eggs, worms, midges, scuds and bigger dead drifted streamers are all taking fish. Streamer fishing has also been producing with a slow retrieve producing most strikes. Guide Steve Beazley is available for trips all winter. Capt C. spent the last week chasing steelhead in Northern California on the Trinity River before he heading to Panama. Keep an eye on the Blog for updates of his monthlong adventure.

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Fall Fly Fishing in Wyoming

Saturday, October 13th, 2012

It is getting colder and the days are getting shorter in Thermopolis. The streamer and nymph fishing has been hot as has the BWO action on cloudy days. We are seeing blanket BWO hatches on overcast days and the fish are keyed into them. Fishing will only improve as the winter approaches. Duck hunting has been excellent along the Bighorn River as well. Life is good as the 2012 season is winding down.

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thermopolis wyoming fishing report

Monday, September 17th, 2012

tim huckaby with one of many

Fishing has been lights out on the Bighorn River. Streamers, Dries, and Nymphs have all been producing well. We have been out everyday and fishing remains red hot! Many more photos to come. Give us a call if you want in!

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Big Brown Trout

Monday, August 27th, 2012

Andrew Gee with a 2 footer

Capt. C is wrapping up the summer guide season in Montana and has been putting up some BIG browns. He will be returning Labor Day Weekend for the month to guide on the Bighorn River alongside Steve Beaz. We love September in Thermopolis because of the excellent terrestrial and streamer fishing opportunities.  Labor Day Weekend should be a busy one but the river will quite down with Antelope and Elk Season right around the corner. Give us a call for a day on one of the best rivers the West has to offer! 307.438.0740

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2012 here we come!

Tuesday, January 10th, 2012

steve beaz is still getting it done!

Fishing remains consistent on the Wedding of the Waters. This spring should be amazing after our high water year of 2011. Guide Steve Beaz has been out every weekend chasing ducks and fish when the weather permits. We have found 2 new lodging opportunities in Thermopolis that are riverfront and very affordable. Give us a call if you are interested! The hot winter flies remain midges, eggs, beatis, hot-head anything, and scuds. We really dig the ice-cream cone midges on certain days because the fish certainly seem to enjoy them as well. Capt. C will be guiding in both Montana and Wyoming in 2012. Give us a call for 2012 bookings. 307.438.0740

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happy holidays from us

Monday, December 26th, 2011

dean keister with a hopper caught brown

HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM US AT 307!!! looking forward to 2012.

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goodbye snow, hello steelhead

Thursday, November 17th, 2011

Thanks again everyone for a great season. We look forward to seeing you all next year. Charles will be chasing steelhead in Northern California for the month and Steve Beaz will be holding down the fort for the off season. The BWO fishing on the Wedding of Waters is phenomenoal. We have been getting great reports of very good dry fly fishing. Get out after them. This is our favorite time of the year to be on the water. Give us a call for our “off-season” driftboat rates! 307.438.0740

SPECIAL THANKS to Tom J., Dorian, and Steve for the steelhead help! Thanks boys.

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huge rainbows

Monday, May 30th, 2011

chris elrod with one of many rainbows

another pig rainbow

Sorry for the lack of updates, we have been busy on the rivers. Fishing remains excellent. Runoff is in full effect which means all of our freestones are toast for now. The Wind River below Boysen is the best bet for clear water in our area. Flows are high and are at 3,940 cfs as of this morning. We have openings for STREAMER fishing on the jetboat for the next two weeks. This is one of the best shots in the state for big browns and bows on big streamers. Give us a call if your interested in our $400 discounted June Jetboat trips.

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an update at last

Saturday, May 7th, 2011

Sorry for the lack of updates. We have been busy in both Montana and Wyoming guiding. Flows are up on the Wind River and the streamer fishing is rapidly improving. Nymph fishing at the wedding of the waters has been solid. The key is long leaders and generous amounts of weight. The short least has been the ticket in the afternoon. Baetis, scuds, and more baetis have been the key to success. Firebeads have been hot as well. Thanks to Headhunters Fly Shop on that tip. Do not forget our May and June Jetboat Special that we are running below Boysen Dam on the Wind River. Big browns, bows and cutts all on big streamers. Give us a call at 307.438. o740

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huge wyoming brown

Thursday, April 28th, 2011

black streamer… thanks ashby

Flows will be ramped up on the wind river to 2800 cfs soon enough. This means the streamer fishing on the jetboat is going to pick up! We have open jetboat dates for May and June which is prime time for the big browns and bows of the Wind River Canyon. Give us a call about our June Jetboat Special!!!

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