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Black Hills Fishing Report – 9/6/2019

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This report will be a bit of a shorty, but we’ll get a more detailed one out in the next day or two. Fishing around the area has been nothing short of fantastic, with flows coming down considerably over the past week. Most all of the area streams have cleared up nicely, and fish are finally looking up a bit more. There’s good terrestrial fishing on all of Rapid Creek, Castle Creek, Spearfish Creek, Spring Creek, and nearly everywhere else – there’s a ton of smaller hoppers around the area right now, and the fish are definitely looking up on them....

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Black Hills Fishing Report – 8/26/2019

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Fishing has been nothing short of great throughout the hills, and will continue to be excellent into the fall! We have some of the best late summer/fall water conditions that we’ve had in a number of years, and the fish dig it. Terrestrials, dries, streamers, nymphs – you name it, you can do well on it. The fishing is solid right now, and this fall is going to be equally great.

Rapid Creek above Pactola came up to 170 cfs yesterday, but should drop quickly today and tomorrow. The water is dirty still, but the fishing is good on nymphs and...

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Black Hills Fishing Report – 7/23/2019

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We’ve finally been getting some stable weather, and with stable and dropping streamflows the fishing has been excellent just about everywhere. Fishing has been pretty consistent throughout the Black Hills, and with some stable weather over the coming week everywhere should continue to fish great!

Rapid Creek above Pactola is still really high, but could be fishable within the next week if the weather stays dry and Rapid Creek continues to drop. Big worms, jigs, and buggers fished under an indicator should get the job done once it drops into the 200-250cfs range.

Below Pactola is nearly 525 cfs, which is...

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Black Hills Fishing Report

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The water has come down quite a bit on most of our streams over the past week, and most places – with the exception of Rapid Creek – are back down to near normal levels. The fishing has been excellent nearly everywhere, and even Rapid Creek has some great fishing from Pactola through Rapid City. Warmwater fishing opportunities for bass are getting started as well – it’s going to be a great week to be on the water in the Black Hills!

Rapid Creek above Pactola is blown out. It’s going to be a couple weeks at the least before...

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Black Hills Fishing Report – 5/31/2019

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We’ve had more than our fair share of moisture over the past week, and a lot of the streams around the area are pretty high. It looks like the weather over the next week should be much drier, and the creeks should continue to recede to a fishable level pretty quickly. In the meantime, there’s still plenty of options for fishing in the area.

Here’s the bad part – Rapid Creek, Spring Creek, Castle Creek below Deerfield, Box Elder, and pretty much all the other streams in the central hills are high and unfishable for the time being. Rapid Creek...

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