Fishing Has Been as Good as it Gets!
There’s Still Time to Book for Excellent Spring Fishing in Wyoming!
Not to be Missed!
We’re catching great numbers of big bows and cuts and some browns as well. The baetis hatches have been immense and the dry fly fishing epic!
For years now people have been coming to Wyoming to fish our fantastic waters in southwest Wyoming during summer and fall for big trout but it has been difficult to get anglers to understand just how great our fishing is for gigantic rainbows, cutthroats and browns in the spring!
April, May and June provide anglers the opportunity to catch “huge” bows, cutthroats and browns and it is usually the best time of the year for superb dry fly fishing as well. Baetis hatch daily in April through May and PMD’s and bigger bugs work well from mid-May through June even if the water levels go up. That’s right! The last few years we’ve had some of our best fishing during high (but clear) flows in late May and June. And the air and water temperatures are much better for trout fishing than they are in July and August.
You Can Lead a Horse to Water
But You Can’t Make Them Drink!
I’ve been touting the great spring fishing in Wyoming for years, yet every year anglers ignore this advice and insist on waiting until July and August when the fishing on the Green, while good, is not as productive as it is in the spring. That’s the time we do better on our numerous high country streams because the air and water temps make the mid-day fishing on the Green tough at times.
Don’t make that mistake this year! This year take my advice and book your trip for the Green River and Ham’s Fk. in April, May or June, you won’t regret it!!
Call me personally today and I’ll set you up for an amazing spring fly fishing trip.
We are located at 226C Paseo del Pueblo Norte, just south of Michael’s Kitchen in Taos, New Mexico. Please drop in next time you’re in town to get your tackle, flies and all your fly fishing needs including up to date information. Open 9 to 5 seven days a week.