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YNP – Get Out There While You Still Can

Our days fishing in Yellowstone National Park our now limited.  The Park closes every year on the first Sunday of November – this year that date is November 5th.  There are lots of great spots to go including the Yellowstone … Continue reading

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Cooler Temps and Wind

Recently we’ve been experiencing a lot of wind on the Yellowstone, which has made fishing tougher.  With winds reaching into the 30′s, and gusts into the 50′s, we haven’t seen as many Fall baetis as we’d like to on the … Continue reading

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Fall Fishing

It’s prime time for Fall fishing on the Yellowstone right now.  The trees are looking about as good as it gets and the browns have been eating here and there.  The main issue has been wind, however those who are … Continue reading

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Yellowstone Fishing Well

As per usual, the river has been on and off.  But when it turns on you can have some excellent fishing for a hour or two on dries, streamers, or nymphs.  When it is off there is nothing you can … Continue reading

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Fall Colors on the Stone

The Yellowstone is looking clear again and good to go.  The last couple days it has been windy in Livingston (surprise – surprise) but the streamer fishing has been picking up.  Calmer moments through out the days have given us … Continue reading

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Clarity Report

The plug has cleared through town already, making the river fishable from Gardiner to Livingston.  If you are chasing directly behind the mud you might flirt with fishing Mayor’s or 89 down.  The only issue is that we are expecting … Continue reading

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Clarity Report

We have been following a thick mud plug that is currently from Emigrant to Livingston as of Thursday morning.  Yesterday the plug was from Gardiner to Emigrant, tomorrow the plug will likely be below Springdale to Big Timber.  We think … Continue reading

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Fall Fishing is Here

The Yellowstone is flowing at 3220 today, a good 1,000 CFS over the 92 year average flow.  This should translate to a good Fall, wether you are chucking streamers for big, running browns or fishing baetis dries in the foam … Continue reading

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Clarity Report

The Yellowstone fished well yesterday and looks good to go today.  The river is clear in Gardiner and looks fine at Pine.  Today would be a great day to get out and dead drift or strip some buggers and streamers. … Continue reading

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