Bighorn River Fly Fishing Report

Bighorn River Fly Fishing Report

October 18, 2012 9:02 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

We are now in the back half of October and the tricos, tan caddis and pseudos are still going gangbusters.

With the colder weather, the tricos are hatching most of the morning and the spinners are coming down in the afternoon.

Sunny days bring out the tan caddis, cloudy days bring out the pseudos and a few fall baetis.

On the recent cloudy days, the river has literally been covered with hatching pseudos. On sunny days, the pseudos wait until later in the day to come out in big numbers. They are tiny but the fish love them.

Nymphing with any subsurface imitation for any of these is bringing in a lot of fish.

Sawyer’s Killer Bug does it again


Bubbleback hare’s ear takes trout during the tan caddis hatch


Pseudo emerger takes a trout at the end of the day

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