Fall 2019

Big Horn River:

As of today, the water on the Bighorn river is off color.  Fishing has been tough, but we are still having some success nymphing using San Juan Worms, Scuds, and Sunken Trico patterns.

Missouri River:

Water levels are up a bit from this weekends storms (5880cfs).   Water temps have dropped a bit to around 58 degrees.  BWO’s and Caddis have been the recipe for top water action.  Nymphing has picked up using BWO patterns (Pheasant Tails), and Caddis Patterns.

Yellowstone River, Stillwater, and Boulder River:

Hoppers and Big Bugs on the surface are still the ticket.  Dropping a bead head or a rubber leg under the Big Bugs will produce too.  With this weekends storm, the water levels will increase and they should have a bit of color to them.  Dark streamers may work better as we dip into the Fall.

Blackfeet Reservation:

Lakes are still fishing well. Fishing along side the weed beds will produce the most action. Call Beau for directions to best Lakes for the day.

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