Posts Tagged ‘wyoming fly fishing guide service’

 

Terrestrials and Tricos on the Bighorn River in Wyoming

Wednesday, June 12th, 2013

wyoming hopper fishing

Warm weather is upon us and here to stay. More and more fish are keying into the terrestrials which we love, because we can put the bobbers away! Trico spinner fall in the am and switch to the big foam stuff and stick to it. Don’t be afraid to drop a smaller ant or beetle off the back. Even a black foam cricket…. SHHHHH

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Bighorn River in Thermopolis, Wyoming Fishing Report

Sunday, July 1st, 2012

Another Bighorn River Brown Trout falls to the purple chubby!

We are getting lots of complaints about moss on the river. We agree it is a pain. You will have to clean your fly every drift even when fishing big dries. Nymphing is out of the question, as is streamer fishing. The Trico hatch remains consistent and fish are keyed in on them! If you are willing to deal with the moss and floating salad it can be rewarding.  When fishing blind fishing terrestrials change up your pattern until you get on that works. The bigger and bulkier the better at least for us. Give us a call! 307.438.0740.

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