Monthly Archives: August 2012

Spey days…

A special thanks to Topher Brown for coming over to teach us some tricks of the trade this weekend.  Aside from focusing on the two water based casts, (the C-Spey and Double Spey), on Sunday he also helped us with … Continue reading

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The big boys are eating…

The river has kicked into it’s second wind lately.  Afternoons are starting to fish much better than they have the past few weeks.  The bigger fish are eating hoppers or streamers, although most fish have been caught on smaller attractor … Continue reading

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Stillwaters still producing well

Despite the hotter afternoons, local and private lakes have actually been fishing well lately.  If you are looking for fat 20″ plus fish we have a couple private lakes that are fishing well right now.  The fish are looking up … Continue reading

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Yellowstone National Park Report

The North Eastern side of the Park has been fishing very well lately.  Fish have been crushing hoppers, beetles, and flying ants this week, with little or no need to fish nymphs.  The best part is that the dry fly … Continue reading

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Stone Coming Back

We apologize for the delay on our fishing report, (been super busy lately).  Recently the action on the Yellowstone has improved.  The afternoon lull still has guides and anglers hoping for more, but mornings and evenings have both been producing … Continue reading

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Is it Hoppertime?

There’s been quite a few complaints recently that there are no hoppers around and that fish aren’t eating them.  We’ve seen plenty of hoppers out there (not many in the water) but lots of them on dry, grassy high banks.  … Continue reading

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Moss up high, slow down low

Seems like the best fishing this week has been right through town.  There’s been a fair amount of moss breaking off up high (from Carbella down to Pine Creek) which has made throwing nymphs and streamers a little more challenging.  … Continue reading

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Private Lake fishing report

We’ve had mixed reports on local and private lakes lately.  The highlights include several chrome rainbows being caught, one which was just a shade over 24 inches.  The Callibaetis dry fly and damsel dry fly isn’t over, but is past … Continue reading

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Try new techniques…

Inconsistency has been the word on the river lately; some might even call it tough fishing.  That being said, some very nice fish have been caught lately.  One tip is to be ready right out of the gate.  We’ve had … Continue reading

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