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Big Horn River Description (by aidema)

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Andy Idema (aidema) described the Big Horn River, Wyoming - The Big Horn River is the continuation of the Wind River in Wyoming. The river changes names at the Wedding of the Waters south of Thermopolis and is then the Big Horn. There is plenty of insect activity on the Big Horn as it slowly flows through Thermopolis. Fly anglers can fish for rainbow, brown, and cutthroat trout. (08/20/08)
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