Bighorn Gets Boost in Flows for First Time in 4 Years

“Look for the increased flows to flush a lot of underwater weeds and algae downriver. It will also flood side channels and change trout distribution. It generally takes a few days for the river to settle down and fish well again.” Good news for this fishery that has had its share of negative drought-related publicity. Mark Henckel in the Billings (Montana) Gazette.

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