Monthly Archives: May 2012

“Woody Creek” Brown

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Florida Chrome

We had some incredible fishing this week near Boca Grande.   The catching, unfortunately wasn’t as mind blowing.  We sure had a lot of shots.  We dubbed one place the “Shooting Gallery” because the fish were everywhere, swimming at us from … Continue reading

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Yellowstone back to mud…

Looks like the Yellowstone is finally done until mid to late June.  The next couple days an angler could probably throw a streamer or two until the “cottonwood hatch” arrives, (which should be momentarily).  With highs near 80 all week … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day Caddis Hatch back on!

If you were planning on a “sick day” this week to catch the mother’s day caddis hatch on the Yellowstone, Tuesday and Wednesday are looking goooood…  (You should probably show up in the morning, then use the old “I must … Continue reading

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Yellowstone heating up…

We’ve had cloudy weather the past few days, which has held back any kind of blanket caddis emergence.  Look for another “pop” coming in the next few days.  There has been just enough March Browns, beatis, midges, and caddis to … Continue reading

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Yellowstone looking good for this weekend!

Yellowstone should fish well this weekend with caddis.  Flows are down to around 5,000 CFS, vis is 2-3 feet, and water temps are rising (hopefully we hit 52 again today).  We’ve been fishing the Stone the past three days – … Continue reading

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Bighorn fishing well

Nymphing has been good on midges (Yongs, Zebs and rootbeers) as well as gray/tan SH sow bugs in the morning, and on RS2s, FBPTs and Starling SH baetis from noon till dark. We had a great baetis hatch from one … Continue reading

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