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Clarity Report

The Plug from yesterday has made it down to Mayor’s landing.  The only fishable water we found was around 89, but soon after the Shields river is gushing and making the river muddy, even down past Springdale with zero visibility. … Continue reading

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Clarity Report

Looks like we have a pretty good mud plug coming from the Park today.  Sounds like the mud has already made it to Carbella so if you are floating today it would be better to avoid going way up high. … Continue reading

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Clarity Report

Clarity in town is still pretty off color but at least it has a green tint to it.  Good water for hog hunting but not much hope for numbers or dry fly fishing today.  Paradise Valley is much dirtier so … Continue reading

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Clarity Report

There is a bad plug in the valley right now with brown water and almost no visibility.  Clarity in town is better but still off color, although a little more green.  It might be a good day to go for … Continue reading

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Clarity Report

With lower elevation snow melt the Stone has been “in and out” of good fishing clarity.  Today in town the river was still green but with an opaque tint to it.  Not looking like worth your effort today…

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Clarity Report

Clarity at Carter’s this morning was green and about 18 inches of visibility.  Sounds like the clarity yesterday was a little worse, so a the “plug” should be down low today but even that should be fishable with a foot … Continue reading

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Weather Warming Up

This past week things have taken a turn and gotten much warmer.  We’ve seen a few more people getting after lately, stopping in to get their 2018 fishing license.   Most have been going to the Spring Creeks but some … Continue reading

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Winter Chill

The fishing last week was frigid to say the least, but people were getting out there still.  Most all of the fishing last week was on the Paradise Valley Spring Creeks, (Armstrong’s, Nelson’s, and DePuy’s), where the water temperatures come … Continue reading

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Winter fishing continues

Things have been pretty cold in Montana the past couple weeks, but if you wait for warmer weather, (or less wind) you might not be fishing until April.  In general, the fishing has been very slow out there, but if … Continue reading

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Winter Fishing

Winter fishing on the Yellowstone has been slow this year, mostly due to cold temps, lots of wind, and slush ice.  The slush part of the equation is looking better but is constantly changing and might be back with snow … Continue reading

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