Posts Tagged ‘dubois fly fishing’

 

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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Bighorn River, Wyoming Fly Fishing: Stoke

Wednesday, December 19th, 2012

Tim H. stoke

Stoke!

Fishing Report: 

Weather is mild and fishing remains excellent. Fish are holding in the slower deeper water.

NYMPHS: have produced best with your standard tailwater bugs producing. Scuds, midges, eggs, crayfish, did I mention midges….

STREAMERS: slow retrieves have been producing well. If your into the two-hander game…. swinging em up has been producing if your patient…. small and olive….hint hint.

DRY FLY: midge clusters for the risers. we love the buzzball tied in darker colors for this kind of fishing. The old standard Griffith Gnat is deadly as well.

Give us a call now for our winter/spring special! 307.438.0740

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jetboat trips for the spring

Saturday, December 15th, 2012

Capt. Charles is wrapping up his 30 day fishing and surfing adventure in Panama. The 2012 season was amazing in both Montana and Wyoming. The Bighorn River produced some great fish and amazing days for our anglers. We are looking forward to the upcoming 2013 season with great anticipation. Spring is right around the corner for us here in Thermopolis, Wyoming. We usually get cranking around the last week of feb or beginning of March if the weather permits. This early fishing is some of the best we have. Steve Beaz is ready and pumped for another season as well. Remember we offer Jetboat trips in both Montana and Wyoming which is truly a fun and enjoyable way to fish our fisheries. Let us know about your 2013 trip!

307.438.0740

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lander fly fishing report

Sunday, June 24th, 2012

Tom H. with one of many on top!

We have been all over the place guiding. The Bighorn River in Thermopolis remains fishable but the floating moss is becoming a serious problem for all anglers. Be prepared to clean your hooks every cast.  Capt. C spent three days guiding Tom H. and his son Colin last week and fishing was steady. Tricos in the am and terrestrials for the remainder of the day. Come out and enjoy!

Give us a call at 307.438.0740

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thermopolis wyoming spring fly fishing report

Sunday, April 1st, 2012

another one into the net

Fishing has been solid on the Bighorn River in Thermopolis, Wyoming. Baetis are now present on the Bighorn and will remain a key player in terms of insects for the next month. We have been getting them on all techniques, pick your weapon. Nymphing, Streamers and Drys have all been producing. We just had our Spring Flush of 2012 and the rainbows will benefit. Please avoid the rainbows in the shallows! Give us a call for a day on the Bighorn River. 307.438.0740

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wedding of the waters and tying flies!

Monday, January 23rd, 2012

winter flies

Weather has warmed up here in Central Wyoming. Calling for a high of 41 today in Thermopolis. All week looks perfect for fishing on the Wedding of the Waters! Get out after them. We certainly will be out. Standard tailwater bugs under the bobber will produce. Keep an eye out for risers and have midges and baetis on hand. Get out and enjoy this warm spell!

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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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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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