It’s getting quiet around these parts, but the fishing seems to be picking up a bit more each week or so.  Flows are down at 2800 CFS from the Afterbay boat ramp repairs, which is another story, and should be there until sometime this next week, where they’ll likely bump back up to the 3200-3500 range.   Read more...

Fishing is starting to pick up just a bit on the Bighorn.  Low night temps have helped cool the water a bit and the fish seem to be a little more interested in eating.  The crowds are down for the season and the weather is great!

Subsurface fishing is the way to go.   Read more...

To get rid of some new product for 2020, we are closing out the following items at great prices.  Rods and reels are all brand new and include case and warranty card.  All include FREE SHIPPING and no sales tax:

RODS

Hardy Zephrus 904-4 – $699  $420

Hardy Zephrus 905-4 – $699 – $420

Hardy Zephrus Ultralite 995-4 – $769  $460 SOLD

G. Read more...

The Bighorn trout continue to eat, despite the slightly off colored water and grass!  The crowds have thinned out for the season and Fall weather is on the way.

Nymphing with Big Orange Scuds, SH rays in tan and grey, sunk Trico spinners and Carpet bugs has been steady, mostly on the upper river.   Read more...

It looks like one more hot streak of weather these couple of days and then we’re headed into the direction of Fall.  Fishing has been a bit challenging overall, but there are definitely some opportunities out there.  The main crowds of the season are dropping off, so that is one plus! Read more...

The dog days have set in pretty hard here in the Fort.  103 degrees on Wednesday, ouch.  But we are starting to cool off at least for a few days which is a welcome reprieve from the blistering heat of late.    The middle of the river has a good amount of grass so the water coming down is channeling to the sides providing good visibility and decent fishing on the banks.  Read more...

Late summer fishing continues to be good on the Bighorn.  There’s a few weeks of busy time left on the river, but crowds have cut down considerably even this past week.  The Bighorn fish this summer continue to amaze us with their size and strength, so come on out and give it a shot! Read more...

As expected, August has been nothing short of great. Water levels are prime and the fish are in fantastic shape.  The upper 3 has seen the most hatch activity, but also about 70% of the traffic.  The fish are well spread out though and everyone is coming back from their days on the water pretty happy! Read more...

Flows are down, fish are up, and mid-summer fishing is in full swing.  First week of August is in the books and it’s brought lots of smiles to our guides and dry fly crowds.  The river isn’t packed side to side, top to bottom with rising fish all day, but they are where they should be and really good at times.  Read more...