Monthly Archives: March 2012

Weather change

Finally we’ve had a break from the 55 mph winds!  Last Friday and Saturday turned in the best reports of the week, (low hanging clouds and virtually no wind).  People have been catching fish on everything from tiny midge dries, … Continue reading

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Stone remains tough fishing

The Yellowstone has always been a fickle river, but the last 2 weeks have been ridiculous!  It’s hard to put a finger on exactly what’s to blame… the changing weather, the barometer, high winds, increased fishing pressure, less water clarity … Continue reading

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Wind City

The Yellowstone has been fishing a little slow recently.  Partly due to high winds and odd weather patterns, partly due to some lower elevation snow melt and less clarity than normal.  There are rumors of a dirty plug coming down … Continue reading

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Livingston Montana Fishing Report

The Yellowstone River continues to produce good midge hatches daily.  Look for fish sipping single adults and mating clusters in the rivers slower seams and flats.  Fish have especially been found on the down river side of structure that blocks … Continue reading

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There’s midges on the river.

We have seen some midges on the spring creeks this week, and although bugs were somewhat sparse we did see a lot of fish paying attention. We observed larger fish white mouthing nymphs and actively searching for emerging midges in … Continue reading

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