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Black Hills Fishing Report – June 15th 2020

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Fishing has been solid throughout the area over the past week, but with the warmer weather a little rain that’s forecasted for the end of the week will be beneficial. That being said, most all of the local streams have good flows and are fishing very well!

Rapid Creek above Pactola is high and dirty, but will start fishing well with the lower flows. Big flies like Pat’s Rubber Legs, Squirmy Worms, Mop Flies, larger jigs, and various streamer patterns will all work well. Once the visibility hits 2′ or so the fishing will really pick up.

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Black Hills Fishing Report May 25th 2017

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The weather has been on the windy side over the last few days, but the holiday weekend weather looks to be excellent! There’s a few chances for rain this weekend as well, which will be helpful in keeping our streams flowing full all summer. The fishing has been great, and the weather is going to make it a fantastic weekend to get out on the water!

Rapid Creek above Pactola has been fishing rather well, even though it’s a bit off color from the rains last week. Because of the clarity, nymphing has been the name of the game. Jig Soft...

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Black Hills Fishing Report – 4/20/2017

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The weather has been feeling more like spring lately! Most of the streams have bumped up from the occasional rain showers we’ve been getting, which has helped the fishing out a bit as well. The fish have been pretty darn happy just about everywhere throughout the Black Hills lately, and they’ve been willing to eat a variety of different bugs. Warmwater fishing has been picking up significantly as well – there’s plenty of options this time of year!

Rapid Creek above Pactola is pretty dirty still. If you’re headed that way I’d fish bigger, flashier streamers. Lil Kim’s and Kreelexes should...

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