Big Horn Spring Fishing

Big Horn Spring Fishing

March 17, 2011 12:12 pm Published by
Bighorn Guide

Bighorn Guide Rob Cadle With His Rod Bent

We have been out on the water the past two days.  The nymph fishing was pretty good and consistent from Afterbay – 13 mile.  Soap creek has continued to put mud into the lower end of the 13 mile float.

The float fishing from the boat has been decent, but locating higher concentrations of fish out of the boat has been more productive.  Sowbug patterns have been the most productive with a wide variety of midge patterns producing as well.

The dry fly fishing has not really come together quite yet.  There has not been anything consistent happening on top.  We are hoping that warmer temperatures will change that.

The streamer fishing has been decent as well, fish the whole river with your streamers don’t just pound the banks.  Low and slows seems to be the most productive.  Neutral colors such as olive and white have been good bets.

The water has been at 2500 cfs and will be going up to 2750 cfs in the near future.  We will keep you updated.

– SG

Spring Brown Ready For Release Photo SG

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