Archive for the ‘big wyoming brown trout’ Category

 

Big Water, Big Fish

Tuesday, April 29th, 2014

big water big wyoming brown

Some days you just gotta work for them. Steve Beaz gets it done with a cranker brown trout in Thermopolis. High water isn’t for the faint of heart. But if you know where to find them you can be rewarded.

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BOOM. Big Brown Trout and Fall

Thursday, October 10th, 2013

big brown trout on streamerStreamer eater. Nuf said.

Its time. Browns are still not on the redds and are staging. This big brown fell to a home tied 7 inch articulated streamer. One of many from the day. Thanks again boys. See you on the Trinity River in a few weeks!

 

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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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