Monthly Archives: October 2012

Spring Creeks

The Spring Creeks have seen quite a bit of traffic lately, especially now that rates are down to $40.  There are definitely some spawning fish in there right now, so be careful where you step.  Even with the cloudy days … Continue reading

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New Flies…

This time of year fly shops around the country are working on their 2013 pre-season fly orders… compiling inventory figures, crunching order histories, and trying to project which patterns will be hot (or not) next year.  The fun part is … Continue reading

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Overcast days

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Streamer time

Given the right conditions, the Yellowstone has continued to fish well.  Streamer fishing has by far been the most popular technique lately especially if you are after “the one.”  Just about any color you can come up with seems to … Continue reading

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Good wade fishing…

The Yellowstone went through a slight spike the last few days but the CFS is now back down to 1,560.  Water clarity is perfect and the big ones are chasing streamers on cloudy days.  While white or yellow seem to … Continue reading

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Cutty on the swing…

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Nomad Nets

If you haven’t seen the new nets made by Nomad you should check them out.  They are made out of carbon fiber and a fiberglass composite, making them extremely light and pleasant to handle.  They also float, which is nice … Continue reading

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Yellowstone fishing well

The Yellowstone has been fishing very well lately, especially if you like to throw streamers.  The big boys are about as aggressive as can be right now.   As usual, the best days to target a toad are on cloudy, overcast … Continue reading

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Miguel’s Monster…

Wow!  Congratulations to the Cory brothers, who both caught the biggest browns of their lives yesterday!  All season Wesley had been racking up good numbers of fish, (and as brothers do), had been teasing his older brother Miguel about his … Continue reading

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Fall is here

With a push a cold air (and snow) it looks as though Fall has finally arrived.  The leaves are prime, the baetis are hatching, and the browns are on the prowl…  Local and private lakes have been fishing extremely well … Continue reading

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