fishing in Rapid Creek at the mouth of Canyon Lake.
There are many such opportunities at the Sturgis Bike
Bike Rally Trout Fishing
the Sturgis Bike Rally, fine Black Hills trout fishing
can be enjoyed. By the time summer rolls around, fishermen
in the Black Hills are catching lots of trout. Whereas
anglers going after other species are sometimes at
the mercy of the weather, that is not the case in
the Black Hills.
Or, at least it doesn't have to be. Some Sturgis Bike
Rally bikers come back to trout fish. It's true that
rains and melting snow can slow or completely stop
fishing in portions of swollen streams during spring.
But the Black Hills has such a diverse trout fishery
that you can always find good fishing some place.
During summer you can find it in both lakes and treams.
Bike Rally is dry fly time
On warm days you can get in some dry fly action on
the streams. And even when there appears to be little
insect activity, Black Hills stream anglers can do
well using some standard nymphs such as the Hare's
Ear, Pheasant Tail and Bitch Creek.
Bike Rally Fishermen spread out all over the Hills
as long as the water isn't too high and dingy. When
it does turn murky in most places, you can always
hit the old stand-by fishing holes below the major
dams in the Black Hills.
Rapid Creek below Canyon Lake has been good, though
it is recovering from a devastating drop in trout
numbers due to siltation out of the dredged Canyon
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