Lower Shoshone Tailwater

June 23, 2021 9:00 am

Flows:  1357 cfs. 

Fishing very well even though the river is cloudy.

Water quality has remained fair so far below the dam, and deteriorating as Sulphur and Sage Creek enters the Lo Sho.

Nymphing is most productive with beadhead nymphs smaller than size 8. The dry fly fishing is also good when one spots rising trout.

Nymphs: Tan or black N. F. Specials, Tungsten Czech Princess Dark, copper John, Pheasant tails, Hare’s ears and, or, your favorite nymphs for the Lo Sho.

Streamers are a mix. Buggers, Zonkers, Peanut Envy, Mini Peanut, Mouthwash, Sex Dungeon.

 

 

 


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