Bighorn River Nymph Fishing

Bighorn River Nymph Fishing

August 29, 2010 5:43 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Mark From Cali With A Handsome Lower River Brown

The fishing river wide has been pretty good, fishing hard and working the water effectively will certainly bring trout to hand. While the river is thick with weeds they are not breaking up at this point so the floating weeds are not an issue. The upper 3 miles is seeing hatches of pseudos and black caddis while the lower river is seeing tricos, pseudos and tan caddis. The whole river from top to bottom is nymphing and streamer fishing well. The recent cold weather over the past few days has slowed the hopper fishing but if we get some more hot temps in the coming days the fish should start looking for them again to a point.

Effective Nymphs: Red Worm, Pseudo Wonder, Black Midge, Ray Charles tan, grey and dead tan

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