Bighorn River September Fishing Report

Bighorn River September Fishing Report

September 28, 2013 10:16 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Fall moved into the area this week and the valley received two inches of rain over a 3 day period. The overcast conditions brought on blanket hatches of pseudos on the upper 13 miles of the river. (Lower river blown out)

Even with all the rain black caddis continued to emerge as well in a limited capacity.  Nymph fishing has continued to be very productive throughout the entire day.  The “worm” fishing has really picked up over the past few days.  A san juan with a sowbug or a sowbug with a small baetis nymph or black caddis pupa is getting it done.

Streamer fishing picked up in a big way this week also. Two of the days this week produced “epic” streamer fishing.  The bite in general should be very good throughout the fall.

The weather for the next 10 days looks to perfect for fishing!

Ted prepared for the weather caught some nice bows

Ted prepared for the weather caught some nice bows

The recent storm brought our first snowfall to the mountains

The recent storm brought our first snowfall to the mountains

 

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