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Big Horn River Reports

Sunday, April 19th

Posted by Nick Moses on Apr 19, 2015 | Big Horn River The Big Horn has been fishing really well. Midges are still around and the Baetis are starting to pick up as well. Early afternoons are the best time to get into the Baetis, especially if you get some cloud cover. Nymphing has also been productive as always with scuds, sow bugs and midges. The streamer fishing has been hit or miss, but is definitely worth
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Friday, April 3rd

Posted by Charlie on Apr 3, 2015 | Big Horn River Nymphing has been very good with scud, sowbug, midge and baetis patterns. There are still good midge hatches, and baetis are just getting started in the afternoon. Streamer fishing has also been good at times, especially if you can hit an overcast day.
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Monday, March 23rd

Posted by Nick Moses on Mar 23, 2015 | Big Horn River The Big Horn is a good option in early spring, you can dodge some of the busier crowds at this time of year and the fishing is good. Some baetis are starting to show up and midges are still going strong. Nymphing with scuds, sow bugs, and a variety of midges are working well subsurface.
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Monday, March 9th

Posted by Charlie on Mar 9, 2015 | Big Horn River Dry fly fishing has been pretty good with lots of midges and a few baetis starting to hatch. Nymphing will work the rest of the time with sowbug, scud, midge and worm patterns. Streamer fishing has also been effective with slow stripped streamers fished down deep.
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Friday, February 27th

Posted by Nick Moses on Feb 27, 2015 | Big Horn River  The Big Horn is always a good winter option. Nymphing with Firebead sows, scuds and midges is best this time of year. There are some midge hatches kicking around so have some midge clusters on you as well. If you want to toss streamers start with something bright or dark and work the other way on the color spectrum until you find what they
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Monday, February 9th

Posted by Charlie on Feb 9, 2015 | Big Horn River Fishing has been good with the normal stuff for this time of year. Firebead sowbugs, Ray Charles, worm and midge pupa have all been fishing well. Streamer fishing has also produced consistently with olive and white being the colors of choice. Midges have made for some sporadic dry fly fishing.
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Saturday, January 10th

Posted by Nick Moses on Jan 10, 2015 | Big Horn River The Big Horn is a great option this time of year if you’re willing to make the trip. The water temperatures are still in the 40’s, and the fish are happy. Streamers are working for those of you who like to strip, there are midges around for the dry fly fisherman, and the nymphs are always working. If you’re going
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Saturday, December 13th

Posted by Steven Rendle on Dec 13, 2014 | Big Horn River Sounds like the grass has finally cleared up. There are a lot of browns spawning right now, so keep your eye out and keep your distance. The dry fly has been decent. Late Baetis and Pseudos have the most fish looking up. The midges are just around the corner. Small streamers in natural colors have been producing some nice fish. The key has been to
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Wednesday, December 3rd

Posted by Charlie on Dec 3, 2014 | Big Horn River The river has finally cleared of the grass that plagued it throughout fall this year. Nymphing has been solid with baetis, scud, sowbug, egg, worm and midge patterns. Browns are in full spawn now which comes a little later on the Horn than most rivers. Baetis hatches are making for most of the dry fly action now. Streamer fishing is also mostly good now. Slow
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Thursday, November 13th

Posted by Charlie on Nov 13, 2014 | Big Horn River The Bighorn is a good option during the winter. Water temps are still above 50 degrees and fish havef been feeding well. The river is still a bit weedy and off color, but fishing has improved over the last couple of weeks. Streamer fishing is good with streamers fished down deep on a full sink line. Nymphing with eggs, worms, firebeads, scuds, sowbugs, baetis and midge
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