Tag Archives: Wyoming

Open – Flat Creek Fishing Report

Flat Creek Fishing Report – (9.17.20) Flat Creek in the National Elk Refuge is now open! Anglers should be ready with long leaders and light tippets when heading to Flat Creek. Keep your profile low! Look for the leftover Terrestrials to prominent as summer continues. BWOs, Mahoganies and Snake Drakes are out and about when […]

Snake Drakes – Snake River Fishing Report

Snake River Fishing Report – (9.17.20) The Snake is fishing well and has excellent clarity. Summer is ending and fall is starting on the Snake which means dry fly fishing! Terresitals and Mutant Stone hopper dropper combos are making a strong play during the warm and sunny days. The start of Mahoganies, Baetis and the […]

Terrestrial Season- Salt River Fishing Report

Salt River Fishing Report – (9.17.20) The Salt continues to fish well through the beginning of September. Terrestrials are making dry dropper fishing very productive lately as it stays sunny and warm. Be on the lookout for Mahoganies and Baetis on cool overcast days. Similar to the Teton River and Green River, it pays big […]

Avoid the Crowds – Lakes Reservoir Fishing Report

Lakes Reservoir Fishing Report – (9.17.20) Henry’s Lake: Fishing ok. Look for small leechs and buggers to provide action on type III lines. Concentrate on deep areas and creek mouths. Weed growth is high! Lewis Lake: Fishing ok. Callibaetis and Terrestrials are making their presence known. Look for fish hanging around ledges and drop offs. […]

BWO Time – Yellowstone Fishing Report

Yellowstone Fishing Report – (9.17.20) The fishing season in Yellowstone National Park is open. As summer ends and fall progresses, Anglers will have plenty of fishing opportunities in YNP. The Lamar and Slough Creek portions of the park should continue to fish well with leftover terrestrials and the start of BWOs. The West Side of […]