Posted on March 24, 2012
Fishing is off the charts. Pretty silly all things considered. Amazing weather conditions, clear water and aggressive trout. More groups out today and we expect things to be…ho hum…fantastic.
Fremont had some fun dry fly opportunities the past couple days!
Our Miracle Mile guides reporting great nymphing on eggs, purple worms and TRFS Inbred Stone. Not great streamer action but good enough to stick it out.
Grey Reef silly nymphing on just about any reasonable bug you choose. Midges, leeches, scuds and worms are the hottest but baetis nymphs picking up speed. Stu and his guest Rick spent a few hours swinging spey rods and managed a few fish on the swing. Fish in some unusual spots the past couple days…
Rainbow Spawning Season Please stay out of the redds and refrain from pounding the tar out of the poor fish just trying to take care of business. There are always legit fish in the feeding lanes. Test your skill on fish who are actually eating please!!
Photo:Guides Rick and Stu yesterday AM on a backcountry ski jaunt. Great spring turns on Casper Mountain! Stu was on the river by 2PM after this shot. Rick guided the day before and is on the river again today.