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Black Hills Fishing Report – 9/26/2020

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It’s finally feeling like fall in the Black Hills, with cool mornings and pleasant afternoons. The fishing has been fantastic on Rapid, Spearfish, and Castle Creeks, and should continue to be great throughout the month. There’s some good lake fishing opportunities right now also, with pike fishing starting to heat up as well!

Rapid Creek above Pactola has come down considerably, and is flowing right around 50 cfs. With the lower water, the fish will be pushed back into the deeper runs and pools, and they’ll be less common in the skinnier pocket water. Nymph fishing with various generic nymph...

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Black Hills Fishing Update – 2/22/2018

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We’re happy about the snow last weekend, and hopefully we keep getting more throughout the rest of the winter. More water equals happy trout. The fishing has been pretty solid throughout the Black Hills, mostly at lower elevations. Rapid Creek in town, Spearfish Creek in Spearfish, Sand Creek, and Crow Creek are some of the most consistent options this time of year. Nymphing has been the name of the game if you want to catch big numbers, but there’s good opportunities for dry fly fishing if you’re in the right place at the right time.

Nymph-wise, a wide variety of stuff...

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Black Hills Fishing Report – August 21, 2015

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Fly fishing in the Black Hills has been great, especially for one of our traditionally drier months! We have good flows in all of our streams and the fish are more than happy. The water temperatures are staying nice and cold from the cooler weather and moisture we’ve been having as well. The weather is […]

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