Monthly Archives: July 2019


July 29 report

Wow! July is almost over and for the next week it is gonna be HOT! The Big Hole and the Beaverhead are fishing great! It is still dry dropper season, but hopper season it just around the corner! Get out there and enjoy the beautiful warm weather and don't for get your water and sunscreen!

By | July 29th, 2019|Uncategorized|0 Comments

July 13 report

It was a hot one today on Twin Bridges make sure you bring ample amounts of sunscreen AND bug spray. fish are eating a variety of nymphs including a Pats Rubber leg, Psycho May, Prince Nypmhs and Micro Mays. water temperatures are rising but there is still a lot of cold water! Don't forget that we run shuttles From Notch Bottom on the Big Hole river to Waterloo on The Jefferson river!

By | July 14th, 2019|Roosters Reports|0 Comments

July 12 report

The weather is hot in Twin Bridges and so is The fishing! Dry Dropper fishing is the base menu with Chubbies and purple hazes, some cripple patterns too. Any Tungsten dropper with a little flash is working well  along with PMD and Caddis emergers! Make sure you bring ample amounts of water!

By | July 12th, 2019|Roosters Reports|0 Comments

July 7 report

Summer is in full swing here in Twin Bridges, and the trout are loving summer! We are still seeing a good variety of bugs hatching including PMD's, Golden Stones, Caddis, Drakes, and Sallies on our rivers. Dry dropper fishing has been most effective all over the board but nymphing PMD/Sallies on the Beaverhead is quite productive as well. We have great flows everwhere, The Ruby is at 260 cfs, The Beaverhead is coming out of the Dam at 525 cfs and the Big Hole in Melrose is at a beautiful 1060 cfs.

By | July 10th, 2019|Roosters Reports|0 Comments

July 1 Report

Fishing is fantastic in Twin Bridges Montana and the surrounding areas right now. Weather for this week looks great with pretty regular afternoon thunder storms. The Big Hole river has a lot of fish looking up and the whitefish bite is on sub surface... The Big Hole at Maiden rock is at a great 1230 cfs, and the Beaverhead is coming out of the dam at about 530 cfs. Nymphs mostly on the Beav unless you see some fish rising then the dry bite should be pretty good through out the day. The Ruby is a little off color but is flowing at 315 cfs which is almost perfect but super fishable! We are seeing a lot of PMDs and a few Caddis and Sallies . Look for cloud cover if you intend on fishing dries, the fish don't like to rise in the bright sun!!

By | July 1st, 2019|Uncategorized|0 Comments