Bighorn River Fly Fishing: Nymph Fishing

Bighorn River Fly Fishing: Nymph Fishing

June 6, 2010 3:56 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Mike V. From KC with a Rainbow
Ned From KC With a Nice Bow
The river conditions are still the same and the nymph fishing is very good. The fish have really settled in to these high water conditions and they are still eating sowbugs quite well. The upper 3 has been on fire the past few days and the river is fishing well all the way down to Mallard’s. The further you are from the dam the better the worm seems to work. As it stands right now there is not any scheduled change in the water flow.

Effective Fly Patterns: Hot Bead Sowbug, Ray Charles, Soft Hackle Ray Charles, Atomic Worm, Two Tone Worm and Soft Hackle Sowbug

San Juan Worm


Yellow Sallies

Yellow Sallies

Bighorn River Scuds


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