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Black Hills Fishing Report December 10th, 2012

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Black Hills Fishing Report 12/10/12

Rapid Creek In Town – Fishing continues to be good in town, with the majority of the
fish being stacked in the larger, deeper pools. Lots of nymphing, using Pink Squirrels,
UV Czechs, and San Juans for lead flies, and Bubble Backs, Two Bit Hookers, T-Ready
Baetis Nymphs, UV Midges, and Hot Bead Bubble Backs for dropper flies. Concentrate
on the larger pools, and the tailouts of these pools, especially for rising fish. Midges have
been periodically hatching, mostly from 11-2 during the day. Use small, 18-22 Morgan’s
Midges, Eric’s Midges, or a small Parachute...

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Black Hills Fishing Report November 3rd, 2012

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Black Hills Fall Brown Trout

Rapid Creek

In Town – A few browns are still finishing up spawning, but the ones that are done are looking to put on some weight before the winter comes. Lots of fish being caught on smaller midge larvae, Tungsten Psycho Nymphs, Tung Teasers, Two Bit Hookers, Hot Spot Pheasant Tails, and pink and orange scuds. A few midges hatching on the warmer days, target these fish with small parachute adams, Morgan’s Midges, Eric’s Midges,...

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Black Hills Fishing Report October 23rd 2012

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Black Hills Fishing Report 10/23/12

Rapid Creek

In Town – Fishing in town has continued to improve with the cooler weather. Browns are starting to stage into their pre-spawn locations, and are aggressively eating streamers. Try smaller Sculpzillas, Hot Bead Wooly Buggers, and Home Invaders. Nymphing has also been very productive with bigger Czech nymphs, Hot Spot Pheasant Tails, Tungsten Psychos, Tung Teasers, and Red Fox Squirrel Nymphs. A few midge hatches during the day, and Tricos on the warmer mornings.

Below Pactola – Good BWO hatches with the cooler weather, along with pre-spawn browns  staging below spawning locations. Streamers also very...

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Black Hills Fishing Report 10/6/12

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Black Hills Trout Fishing Fall 2012

Black Hills Fishing Report 10/6/12

Rapid Creek

In Town – Fishing in town has continued to improve with the cooler weather. Browns are starting to stage into their pre-spawn locations, and are aggressively eating streamers. Try smaller Sculpzillas, Hot Bead Wooly Buggers, and Home Invaders. Nymphing has also been very productive with bigger Czech nymphs, Hot Spot Pheasant Tails, Tungsten Psychos, Tung Teasers, and Red Fox Squirrel Nymphs. A few midge hatches...

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Black Hills Fishing Report 10/6/12

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Black Hills Trout Fishing Fall 2012

Black Hills Fishing Report 10/6/12

Rapid Creek

In Town – Fishing in town has continued to improve with the cooler weather. Browns are starting to stage into their pre-spawn locations, and are aggressively eating streamers. Try smaller Sculpzillas, Hot Bead Wooly Buggers, and Home Invaders. Nymphing has also been very productive with bigger Czech nymphs, Hot Spot Pheasant Tails, Tungsten Psychos, Tung Teasers, and Red Fox Squirrel Nymphs. A few midge hatches...

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