Black Hills Fishing Report 5/22/13 Rapid Creek In Town – Fishing is good, and will get better as the flows increase. Flows were not impacted by recent rains. Clear water conditions are the norm below Pactola down through town. In town the fish are eager to feed on top. Good numbers of fish rising to [...]
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Black Hills Fishing Report 5/13/13 Rapid Creek In Town – Fishing is good, and will get better as the flows increase. Good nymphs include Tungsten San Juans, Tungsten Psychos, T Ready Baetis, Tungsten Bruised Purple & PMD, small pheasant tails, Killer Mayfly nymphs, and UV Czechs and Amexes. Terrestrials are also working well – Beetles, [...]
Black Hills Fishing Report April 23rd 2013 Rapid Creek In Town – The BWO hatch continues to be outstanding, with good numbers of fish on the surface between 10 and 3 or so. The fish are very willing to eat dries, with good BWO patterns being CDC Thorax Dun, Barr’s Vis-A-Dun, Klinkhamers, Parachute Adams, F-Flies, [...]
Black Hills Fishing Report 3/26/2013 Rapid Creek In Town – Fishing in town continues to be outstanding, with fish consistently rising more or less every day from about 10-2. The numbers of fish on top is off the wall, this is some of the most consistent dry fly fishing we’ve seen since last year. The [...]
Black Hills Fishing Report 3/19/2013 Fishing has improved over the last week. Hatches are more frequent. Good numbers of midges hatching- especially on Rapid Creek in Rapid City. Blue Wing Olives are hatching more frequently. Little black stoneflies are hatching on Spearfish Creek in Spearfish Canyon. Nymphing and streamer fishing also remain quite good. Fishing [...]
Black Hills Fishing Report for March 8th 2013 Fishing continues to improve week by week. Increases in midge hatches and sporadic hatches of Blue Winged Olives are creating good dry fly fishing. The most consistent fishing continues to be subsurface with nymph and streamer patterns. From 11:00 to 2:00 dry fly fishing opportunities are decent. [...]