2020 Bighorn Flush and Flow

By Kyle Lombardi - March 22, 2020

Update: The Bureau of Reclamation will begin releasing additional water from Boysen Reservoir causing flows in the Bighorn River below Boysen Dam to fluctuate from 1,000 cubic feet per second (cfs) to 5000 cfs beginning Tuesday, March 24. At 2 a.m., the release of water from Boysen Dam will be increased to 3,000 cfs, and further increased to 5,000 cfs at approximately 7 a.m. for 10 hours before being reduced gradually back to 2,200 cfs at approximately midnight. Please take caution if you plan to wade fish, some ares may not be safe or accessible during the flush.
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