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Big Horn River Sponsored by
Date 02-Apr-18
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Conditions : Big Horn River: Flows at Basin Wy 1025 CFS stable. Good fishing, Slower deep runs and inside turns. Nymphs in winter patterns have produced best, some streamer action is also producing. Nymphs  blue wing olives, orange scuds and black zebra midges . Black woolly buggers, yellow or black sex dungeons and gallops flat liners in gray or white.

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About: - Bighorn Lake is located on the Wyoming and Montana Border. Yellowtail Dam at a height of 525 feet impounds the Bighorn River at Fort Smith, Montana.  Its construction created and made accessible Bighorn Lake which lies in a sand- and limestone-walled defile cut between the Bighorn and Pryor Mountains by the Bighorn River. Hundreds of feet down, within the Bighorn Canyon, water is backed up some 41 miles in Montana and 30 miles into Wyoming. In Montana, Bighorn Lake has a surface area of 5574 acres. Bighorn Lake, like the river reach it inundated, supports a warmwater fishery.
  • Brown Trout
  • Cutthroat Trout
  • Rainbow Trout

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