Monthly Archives: July 2012

Hello…

If you have a chance to get out and fish the Yellowstone this weekend, this would be a good time to do it!  There have definitely been lulls through out each day, but when the fish turn on the fishing … Continue reading

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It’s Hopper time!

Flows in town have now dropped to around 4,000 CFS, making for some excellent fishing, especially for those who can read water (or for those who are fishing with a guide).    In general, mornings have been fishing the best – … Continue reading

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Victory in the Valley…

The Yellowstone is really on a roll right now, (probably just jinxed it right there), but it seems like the big browns are on the prowl this week.  No doubt it takes a commitment and perhaps a little luck, but … Continue reading

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Hogs up high

Looks like we’ll finally have a break from the zebra stripe mud plugs, (mud, clear, mud, clear, mud, clear).  Just in time for the weekend, the river is now clear and ready to fish from Gardiner to Big Timber.  Lamar … Continue reading

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Yellowstone fishing well

Looks like about 1-2 inches of visibility in town today.  If you’re up for a drive you can beat it by going below Big Timber.  It’s a little early to tell since the canyon in still in the shade, but … Continue reading

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“25 inch browns on the reg…”

The Yellowstone has had a handful of mini mud-plugs this week, all which we have been able to work around and still have solid fishing.  Tonight looks like the last night for rain in the park for a while, the … Continue reading

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DJ’s Big Brown

  Private lakes have coughed up some lunkers recently.  Lots of big fish are being caught on damsel fly nymphs, callitbaetis duns, spent spinners, leeches, and scuds.  Renting a sink tip line and reel might be a good idea now … Continue reading

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Plug of Mud? No problem…

The Yellowstone has a short plug that should be from town down tomorrow.  Around 4:00 the river was dirty near Mill Creek bridge, clearing at Carbella, and looking very clear in Gardiner.  A bank probably caved in somewhere, as the … Continue reading

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Fly Fishing Yellowstone Park

Yellowstone National Park is one of the most underrated places we fish.  There’s a lot of water worth fishing within it’s 2.2 million acres – many of these places are hard to find and take seasons of scouting to figure … Continue reading

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Doubles Galore

An amazing amount of clients have gotten doubles this week on the Yellowstone, smaller streamers, and inside Yellowstone National Park.  The Yellowstone is in perfect shape right now.  Mornings have been fishing quite well and on cloudy days, the afternoons … Continue reading

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