Yesterday, my two children and I wrapped up eight days of fly fishing for spring break on the Bighorn River in Thermopolis, Wyoming. We were fortunate enough to camp right on the river on our friend's property for the entire time (except two nights due to snowstorms). Not only does it have stellar river access, but a nice boat ramp as well. The fishing was absolutely amazing and my five year old son and eight year old daughter were able to land several fish each day. Meesha mastered the hook-set and mending her line. Flows bumped from 1000 cfs to 1450 cfs mid-week and slowed the fishing for a day, but the following two days after that the fishing was right back to being hot-Bighorn Good! Weather was bad to great, but the kids braved through the worst and managed to keep warm camping with great attitudes. Yesterday, our friends Steve and Matt, from Stalking the Seam, joined us with their two young sons and was the icing on the cake for the trip. Three fathers, four children under eight, great weather, and lots of fish caught. Receipt for future fly fishing sportsman! Thanks guys! Hot flies this week: Annelids, blue wing olives, baetis, sow bugs. Keep posted for more guide reports this week!