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Mid March Bighorn River Report
Spring conditions are making their way to the Bighorn and many folks are coming out to take advantage. Overall the fishing has been pretty good, but not fantastic. The water temps are still very cold, so winter-like conditions are still abound. Avoid the weekends as the crowds are starting to show up. Read more...
Early March Bighorn River Update
Well, it’s almost here. Spring, that is. The boat ramps are clear(ish) and people are starting to come out of the woodwork to experience some pretty good fishing. The word on the Bighorn fish so far – less numbers, bigger fish. I’ll take that, and I think many of you will as well. Read more...
SPRING GUIDE TRIP SPECIALS
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...
Water Outlook for 2019 and What Happened Last Year
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...
It finally got cold, we got a bunch of snow. By far the largest snowfall amount we’ve seen this year, but doesn’t look like we’ll be dealing with that much longer.
The Winter crowds have slowed down, except on the warmer weekends. We’re open everyday 8 AM till at least noon or so. Read more...
Mid Winter Bighorn River Report
Still in full winter mode on the Bighorn, but you wouldn’t believe it with the amount of people and nice weather around. Maybe consider staying away from the weekends if you want the Bighorn to yourself.. Waterfowl season just wrapped up (geese for another week) so that will take away some pressure as well. Read more...
It’s a New Year on the Bighorn River
We hope all of you are enjoying 2019 thus far, as we can hope for better things to come. At least we’re headed in the right direction. The water is finally clear, after fluctuations of green coming through, and the grass is gone! The recent cold snap kicked most of the anglers out of the area, but there are a handful around. Read more...
Early April Fishing Report
We may be finally seeing a break in our “spring” weather, as temperatures are expected to reach into the high 50’s by the end of the weekend. There has been an abnormal amount of snow around at low to mid levels. Flows have bumped up into the mid 6000’s and are expected to keep rising as they are making room for incoming water from the Wyoming drainages. Read more...