“What about over there?” my client said as she pointed to a spot that I’d cast to a hundred times, and never even had any resemblance of a strike. “Sure, give it a shot, there’s usually nothing in there th – SET!”, I said, being interrupted mid-sentence by her indicator scooting upstream several inches. “That’s […]
Keep up to date on the fly fishing conditions in the Black Hills of South Dakota. We frequently update the Black Hills fishing report. Feel free to call the shop or send us an email if you have any questions.
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Black Hills Fishing Report for November 7th 2013 Winter has set in early this year. It started off with a bang. The snowstorm of early October created lots of problems for area streams. Downed trees fell into much of Rapid Creek and Spearfish Creek. Extremely high flows followed the storm. However, things have improved markedly […]
Black Hills Fishing Report October 17, 2013 Due to the rain and blizzard we experienced recently, stream flows are quite high in most parts of the Black Hills for this time of year. Several of the streams appear to have peaked and are coming down fairly quickly. Rapid creek is experiencing higher water currently due […]
Fishing Report 9/25/13 Rapid Creek – Rapid in town continues to fish really well, with fish being caught on dries and nymphs consistently, and streamer season just around the corner! Lots of fish in shallow water eating Psychos, UV’s, Tung Teasers, Trappers, SH Tungsten PT’s, Worms, and a variety of other small nymphs. Below Pactola […]
Fishing Report 9/11/13 Rapid Creek – In town continues to fish great, with fish coming to net with a variety of techniques. Nymphing, Dries, small streamers, and skittering crane flies and caddis in the evening have all been producing fish! Nymphing San Juans has been a great way to tempt some of the bigger fish […]