Fishing Updates in 2018

  • Forrester’s Fly Bench Fishing Report Fishing Report 2/23/2018

    Baby it’s cold outside, but if the guides stay clear the lines stay tight! River Data: River flow: 4,300 cfs Water Temp: 38 F Bighorn Basin Snow Pack: 118% and rising. Snow pack is high and although the Bighorn River Alliance is doing it’s best to promote better river management practices, Montana is having one of it’s biggest snow years on record. The Bighorn Basin snow pack is already 118% above ...
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  • Big Trout are back in The Bighorn River

    The Montana section of the Bighorn River begins in Fort Smith and ends when it meets the Yellowstone River in Custer, Montana. The Bighorn River is a tail water that flows from the Yellowtaill reservoir. The Yellowtail reservoir is a 72 mile long lake that stretches back into Wyoming. The reservoir is a flooded canyon more than 300 feet deep and harbors incredible fish populations. The crystal ...
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  • Forrester’s Fly Bench Fishing Report 2/9/2018

    Fishing Report 2/9/2018. Good old fashion Moss free FISHING! River Data: River flow: 4,300 cfs Water Temp: 38 F Hot Flies: Nymphs: Sow Bugs, Scuds and Midges Method: 7.5 foot 4x or stronger leader to one BB and a B split shot. 1ft or so to the first fly and1ft or so to the second fly. Size 14-18 Grey Ray Charles Size 14-18 Tan Ray Charles Size 12-16 Orange Scud Size 12-16 Natural Scud Size 16-20 ...
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  • New and exciting things for the 2018 season

    The 2017 fishing and hunting season has come to an end at Forrester’s Bighorn River Resort. It was an incredible fishing season full of lots of unexpected and fun opportunities. From the Emerald shiner flush over the dam to the extended Trico season. The fishing was incredible. Pheasant numbers were stable on the Bighorn River and multiple cold fronts gave us some very unique waterfowl hunting ...
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