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Tuesday, 19 January 2016 00:00

2016 Rate Schedule and Fishing Packages

High Season

April 15 - September 30

3 Nights, 2 Days Fishing . . . . . $1,750.00/per person

4 Nights, 3 Days Fishing . . . . . $2,300.00/per person
5 Nights, 4 Days Fishing . . . . . $2,750.00/per person
6 Nights, 5 Days Fishing . . . . . $3,200.00/per person
 

Packages include all food lodging and guided fishing with double occupancy in the rooms and 2 anglers per boat.

Single supplement charge is $200 per fishing day.

Not included is alcohol, room tax and gratuities for guides and staff. 
 
Food and lodging only: Call for pricing and availability.

Non Sporting rate: $250 per night.

River daytrips:  $475 per boat.

Jet Boat day on the lake:  $500

Rental gear: $50 per day

Skeet Shooting: $50 per person.  Minimum of 4 people.

Caddis Cabin:   $350 per night for 4 people and $50 per each additional person with a maximum of 6.   Minimum 2-night stay.

2015 Rate Schedule for Cast and Blast

3 Night/2 Day . . . . . $2,550.00/per person
4 Night/3 Day . . . . . $3,235.00/per person

5 Night/4 Day . . . . . $3,895.00/per person



Prices include lodging, meals, guide, dogs, game processing, clay targets, and instructions. Prices are based upon double occupancy.


Seasons-
Meals - Expect to dine with us on the evening of your arrival.  All meals including breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as snacks will be provided during your stay.  Breakfast will be served on the day of departure. Meals will be served in ways that best accommodate field schedules. Please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions or allergies before your arrival. Alcoholic beverages are not included in your stay. Please bring your own alcohol, if desired.



Day Afield- We believe that the "Cast and blast" is meant to be experienced as a continuous event. Your day afield will start before first light behind a variety of differ decoy spreads.  As the bird movement tappers down we switch gear.  Shotguns stowed, fly rods in hand we set off for a day of fishing on this legendary river. When the skies become restless we can switch back to take advantage of these evening flights. No matter how you look at it, knowing there are as many trout under the water as there are ducks and geese above is simply a rare experience.

Monday, 07 September 2015 00:00

Bighorn River Massive Trico Hatch!

The Trico’s have been coming on now for a couple of weeks, but this week the hatch was incredible.  The hatch has been starting around 6:00 am and if you can get on the river early you will see huge columns of Tricos funneling up from the river with the rising sun silhouetting them in the background.  What a sight!

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While the hatch has been over by around 10:00, for a couple of days it lasted until noon.  There are numerous spots where there will be literally hundreds of fish feeding.  Once the spinners hit the water the entire flat is covered with fish heads devouring the spent duns.  If you have the right patterns for the duns, emergers, and spinners it is not uncommon to net over 30 fish on dries.

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I was fortunate enough to fish with the owner one day last week and we figure we had over 70 fish netted by 12:00.  Forget about those we lost.  Look at the beautiful 19” Rainbow and Brown we landed as a double.

Here is the good news.  I have talked to several guides who think the Trico hatch could last well into October.  If you love fishing for dries and can carve out a few days to get here I would highly recommend you try.  This is as good as dry fly fishing gets.  Give us a call and get an update at any time but as always it is best to strike while the iron is hot.  See you on the river!

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