Monthly Archives: May 2011

Spring Creeks Fishing Well in May

Livingston Spring Creeks Joe Dorn with one of two nice browns caught at DePuy’s Spring Click here for more pics.  Photos: Guide Doug Mcknight 5.22 Even bright days have even been fishing well (see Joe’s two browns over 20 inches above).  … Continue reading

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Yellowstone River: Mud Buggin

3 browns over 20 – not bad for mud buggin!   Photos: James D. 5.20  We’ve had a little drop in CFS over the past day or two, and clarity has improved to at least a few inches.  Below the Shield’s … Continue reading

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Yellowstone Is Blown

5.16  Almost 10 Grand, the Yellowstone is blown. Our guess is we’ll have decent streamer clarity (10,000 CFS) around mid to late July with “green is good” right behind it (8,000 CFS).  For those of you who might be out of … Continue reading

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Yellowstone River – Mother’s Day Caddis 2011

5.12  Floated the Yellowstone the last two days.  Thousands of caddis coming off but the combination of a stiff north wind and only inches of visibility made for tough fishing conditions.  Despite all the bugs, we only saw about 20-30 … Continue reading

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Spring Creeks Fishing Well

5.8  Fished Armstrong’s today.  The light rain all day made your hands cold enough that tying on 6X was a challenge.  Nothing but midges until the afternoon. By 2:00 fish were taking baetis emergers and between 2:45-3:30 duns were thickly scattered … Continue reading

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Yellowstone River May Update

5.7  Had a little spike in CFS as of last night and the river is dirty. The Valley has the best visibility which is still only about 6 inches at best.  It was raining this morning with 70% chance of … Continue reading

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Yellowstone River Fishing Report

5.4  The caddis hunt continued after work yesterday.  No signs of caddis at East End except for flipping rocks.  Nothing at Springdale either.  Until the “pop” I’d stick with the town section for the best chance at seeing caddis adults.  Clarity … Continue reading

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