Monthly Archives: December 2012

Nelson’s Spring Creek

Seeing how we had another unbelievably calm day on Sunday, we decided to head out to Nelson’s Spring Creek.  On our way up to the logs and deeper runs, we noticed a large group of decent sized trout eating midges … Continue reading

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Armstrong’s Spring Creek

Seeing how tough the Yellowstone has been lately, we decided spending a day on Armstrong’s would be a nice change of pace.  Unbelievably, there was no wind and decent cloud cover in the afternoon.  The air temp was around 22°F … Continue reading

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Cold, slow, and windy…

The Yellowstone has been pretty darn slow lately, aside from a few spots where warmer water enters into it.  In those spots the fish are feeding on midges.  Try a mix of gnats or hanging midges for your indicator fly … Continue reading

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Chilly Weather

The Yellowstone has been pretty chilly lately and for the most part not worth all the ice in your guides.  Wind, as always has also been an issue but Sunday looks like 9-17 mph, unfortunately they are calling for a … Continue reading

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