The Bureau of Reclamation has recently released the first installment of the snow and moisture forecast for the Bighorn watershed.  You can read it HERE.  It’s looking good for now, but we all know how that’s gone in the past…  Right now we’re on the right track for lower Spring flows, as long as we don’t have some catastrophic snow event, which we have to remember, it is Montana and there is a lot of winter left! Read more...

There is still some time to go as far gathering our Spring water content in the Bighorn Valley.  Currently, the Bighorn River System snowpack is at 97% of normal.  This is the number we like to see!  On the upper drainages (Wyoming), we’re sitting just above normal.  Late season precipitation can all change these, but we are looking really good at the moment. Read more...

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Spring is literally just around the corner. Make sure to get in on this deal! $99 boat rentals from now until April 15. This includes drop off and pick up of the boat as well as a shuttle for your vehicle. Limited to 1 boat per day per group. Read more...

Our #1 question and concern from this winter – What’s going on with the Bighorn and what are the flows going to be like this year??

As many of you know the last two years were record water years for the Bighorn and impacted the wade fishing windows, hatches, water clarity, and water temperatures just to name a few. Read more...