The Bighorn is fishing well! Water temps and flows are consistent and the weeds are seemingly not a problem. Worms, sowbugs, scuds, ray charles, and midges are the name of the game, with midge and baetis hatches when the wind will allow. Get over to the Horn for some respite from early winter!
Dries| Griffiths Gnat: 18-22, Midge Cluster: 16-18-20, Parachute baetis: 16-18
Nymphs| Mega prince 12-6; Rubber Legs 12-6; San Juan Worm (assorted colors and sizes) Hot Bead Ray Charles Tan & Pink: 16-18 Spring Creek Scuds Pink & Orange: 1 Tailwater Tiny Rust: 16-18
Streamers| Woolly Bugger Black: 6-8, JJ Specials 4-8, Silvey's Sculpin, Natural, White, Black: 2 Sex Dungeon Yellow, Black, White: 2 Flash Fry Minnow White/Gray:4 Bennet's Lunch Money Shad: 2 Galloups Flat Liner Gray/White: 2 Baby Gonga Tan/Yellow: 6 Llama's in Olive/white
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