Monthly Archives: August 2011

Hopper Time Continues…

The Yellowstone is really starting to shape up now, with flows around 3,3o0 CFS.  Finally we are starting to see the shelves, drop offs, and rock gardens that are hard to see in higher water.  Hoppers continue to fish well, … Continue reading

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Midnight Stones

We’ve been lucky enough to float a few times after work lately.  One night we did well through town on pink hoppers and caddis droppers.  Broke off a couple fat ones on the streamer.  Olive and black were getting the … Continue reading

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Yellowstone River Fly Fishing Report

The Yellowstone River is in full swing and fishing well.  Grasshoppers continue to produce the most consistent fishing.  Smaller terrestrials such as ants and beetles have the fish looking up as well.  In the evenings especially, look for a lingering … Continue reading

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2 Local Legends…

Livingston lost two of the best anglers the Yellowstone River has ever known this year.  Chester Marion, a guide and school teacher, (famous for the Marion Spruce) had caught more Yellowstone monster browns on a fly than anyone.  Many may … Continue reading

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Hopper Time

Finally, August 18th we’re starting to see more hoppers in the morning guide boxes.  Midnight stones, caddis, flying ants, spruce moths, stonefly nymphs, caddis beadheads, and streamers are all working on the Yellowstone as well.  The dry fly fishing up … Continue reading

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The All New Sage “One” Has Arrived

We have been receiving many calls and emails about this new flagship rod series from Sage Fly Rods and we are happy to announce that we have received our first shipment. Call us to place an order 406 222 7130. … Continue reading

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Yellowstone River Trout Fishing

The Yellowstone River is now fishing well from top to bottom with nymphs, streamers and dry flies.  The river is still green, with visibility between 2 and 3 feet.  The river is currently flowing at 5650 in town. In general … Continue reading

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Salmonflies in the Yellowstone Park

We had a great day fishing inside Yellowstone Park fishing with salmonflies and goldenstone patterns.  We saw about 2 dozen naturals, many of which were towards the end of their life cycle.  The native cutthroat were definitely looking up for … Continue reading

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