Guided Fly Fishing Trips on the Bighorn River – Thermopolis
The Bighorn River is a popular fishing destination in Wyoming and Montana. The tailwater section of the river begins near Thermopolis Wyoming and is known for its classic dry fly fishing and abundance of fish, making it a great option for anglers looking for a less crowded alternative to the more well-known section of the river in Montana.
The Boysen Reservoir helps to regulate the water flow and provide a consistent water temperature which produces abundant aquatic food for the trout, which include Brown, Rainbow, and Cutthroat. Nymph and streamer fishing are also popular in the area during different times of the year. If you are looking for a memorable fishing experience in a less crowded area, consider exploring the Bighorn.
In addition to the great fishing opportunities, the Bighorn River corridor offers stunning scenery and abundant wildlife. Thermopolis is home to one of the world’s largest mineral hot springs and the renowned Wyoming Dinosaur Center, with the ability to access dig sites within 10 minutes of the Center! Bring the family and come join us and “soak” in the natural beauty and wonders of Wyoming.
Types of Trips:
March – June, October – December
Cutthroat, Rainbow, Brown, Whitefish, Carp, Sauger
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