Reports for Shoshone River Drainages

South Fork

June 12, 2018 9:00 am Published by Leave your thoughts

The South Fork of the Shoshone is a smaller version of the North Fork of the Shoshone.  The South Fork is high and off color right now but we are expecting to see the upper end of it clear up in the next couple of weeks CFS: 1040 Flies: Tan North Fork Specials, Copper Johns, Pheasant Tails, Hares ears, Prince Nymphs, Halfbacks, Rubber leg Nymphs, Stimulators, Para Adams, Midge Pupa and Dries, 20 inchers, and Soft hackles.

Lower Shoshone Tail water

June 12, 2018 9:00 am Published by Leave your thoughts

The flows are high on the lower Shoshone and they’re only going to get higher.  We haven’t seen many fish coming to the surface for bugs but the nymphing and streamer action has been decent.  Fish the edges of the river  the best luck. 1 foot or less of visibility CFS: 7921 Flies: Firebead sowbug, Purple and Peacock Prince, Black North Fork Specials, San Juan Worms, Midge pupa, Pheasant Tails, Bloody Mary’s, Jigged Soft Hackles,  Rubber legged streamers and leech patterns. Water is off color.

North Fork

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Closed From Gibbs Bridge to Newton Creek Campground. The recent warm weather has the snow melting and the feeder streams dumping muddy water into the North Fork. It is going to be a while before the North Fork is fishing again unless we get some cold weather that lasts a few days. When the water clears the flies noted below will work. Looking forward to a great year on the NF with the amount of snowfall we received this winter up high. Go ahead give us a call and get lined up for a trip of a lifetime this summer!!!... View Article