Monthly Archive: October 2017


Connecting Bighorn Observations to Facts

Connecting Bighorn Observations to Facts By Anne Marie Emery, Executive director Working in conservation, one is constantly struggling with finding numerical data that correlates and supports angler observations regarding the health of the river. Not a day goes by that […]


October Fishing Report

Current Report Water flows are at 4,920 cfs and the water temperature is 59 degrees. The water clarity is still poor, but it has improved slightly the last two days. Nymph fishing has been slow to fair. The aquatic grass […]