Bighorn River Spring Fishing

Bighorn River Spring Fishing

April 19, 2013 9:08 am Published by Leave your thoughts

The nymph, streamer and dry fly action has been very steady all spring. Sowbug, midge and baetis nymphs are working nicely for nymphs. Softhackle sowbug, firebead sowbug and the Killer bug trailed by a cream, rootbeer, olive or zebra midge in the morning and a baetis nymph early afternoon on are taking fish.

The midge is hatch is pretty thick most days and has fish up about mid-morning. The baetis start early to mid-afternoon.


Brown that fell for a Thor's Cripple

Brown that fell for a Thor’s Cripple

Mark with another fish one with a baetis CDC sparkle dun

Mark with another fish one that took a baetis CDC sparkle dun

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