Fishing Sheep Creek
About Benjamin Haugan
My name is Benjamin Haugan and I was reared in White Sulphur Springs, but now reside in the heart of the Little Belt Mountains, Neihart. I share all love and passion for fishing with my friends and family. I pursue respect for habitat with catch and release, as well as longevity of resources through conscious harvest. My reports will encompass all aspects of fishing including bait and lure, however I find most happiness with fly fishing.
Fishing report for Sheep Creek
Report provided by Benjamin Haugan
August 17, 2011
Very small dry fly patterns such as Adams, Royal Wolf, and Mosquito are attracting aggressive brook trout. Good eaters. Cooling temperatures may lead to the need to go under the surface, but late evening action with dry flies is working great.
July 18, 2011
Water clarity and temperatures are good. The recent onslaught of high water has changed certain structures from the past, but small Cutthroat and Brook Trout taking advantage of caddis and smaller Adam’s patterns. Recent warm weather has spurred numerous hatches. The morning I went, it was chillier than expected, but I did catch a few fish on small Bead Head Prince Nymph.