Bighorn River – Big Fish on Small Dries

Bighorn River – Big Fish on Small Dries

May 20, 2012 8:09 pm Published by Leave your thoughts
Blue Winged Olive Spinner

BWO Spinner Notice the Long Split Tails and Clear Wings

Let’s face it the nymph fishing is getting pretty tough out there as the moss grows the river slows more and more.  The riffles are the key to success underneath.

The dry fly fishing on the other hand is stellar.  Every day there has been a four or five hour dry fly window of fish eating baetis emergers, duns and spinners.  Presentation and your ability to see your small blue wing olive imitation is the key to success out there right now.

BWO Nymph The Black Split Wing Case Means this Nymph is Ready to Emerge





















Brad With a Great Dry Fly Brown, Unfortunately Butterfinger's Dropped One Even Bigger

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