Posts Tagged ‘wyoming 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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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

Give us a call for  some of the best dry fly fishing one can experience! 307.438.0740

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Thermopolis Fly Fishing Guide Service: Jetsled trips for Trout

Tuesday, January 15th, 2013

big browns on the Land of Giants

another one bites the dust

Get ready spring is around the corner and so are our infamous jetboat trips! Since all the guide services on the Bighorn River in Thermopolis are running $350 spring special trips. We will be doing the same for all of our clients and favorite anglers. Take advantage and book soon as we fill up quickly. Looking forward to the best 2013 season to date. Happy New Years everyone and once this cold goes away get after it.

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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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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 fishing guides

Thursday, February 23rd, 2012

Another big fish falls to the black midge for Steve Beaz

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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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northern california steelheading

Wednesday, December 7th, 2011

another one bites the dust!

Capt. C has been fishing the Northern California tributaries for steelhead and not looking back at the snow. Looks rough! Wyoming is in full winter mode  but if you can handle the cold floating the wedding of the waters can really produce this time of the year. We are offering our winter/spring driftboat special for $350! Give us a call about your next Wyoming fishing adventure! 307.438.0740 We also offer trips in Southwestern Montana. Check out our friends from up north. http://www.lonepeakoutfitters.com

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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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