Friday, July 22, 2011
Fishing is starting to pickup in the area. The South Fork is fishing well with nymphs, the Green is fishing well with both nymphs and some dry flies, and the Snake is fishing well below the dam. Here are a few pictures a client sent me from his trip last year. All the pictures are from rivers he fished in the area last year.
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Monday, July 11, 2011
What can I say... the fishing here is still poor and the water is still high. The South Fork had been fishing until recently when they bumped the flows from 17,000cfs to 25,000cfs in one day. At these flows its borderline unsafe to even float the river. The good news is that, even though the flows are high, they do seem to have peaked and are finally starting to come down. Hopefully at least the Green and the Salt will be fishing here shortly.
A buddy and I took a few days this past week to go up to montana and fish. We fished the Beaverhead for two days and had some decent fishing, but the river was pretty darn crowded. I guess that's to be expected when its the only clean water in the area. Here are a few pictures from the trip.
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