Monthly Archives: April 2013

Mother’s Day Caddis?

Yesterday we saw thousands of caddis on the water (as well as blue wings, March browns, and midges).  While the mayflies showed up mid morning, the caddis didn’t start until about 2:30 and got thicker towards 4:00.  The only risers … Continue reading

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2013 5-Weight Shootout Finished

We apologize for the lack of fishing reports lately.  We’ve were working around the clock on our latest 5 weight shootout.  If you are interested in a new 5 weight check it out sometime.  As for the Yellowstone, people have … Continue reading

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BWO’s on the MO

Despite the winter storm warning and better judgement, we decided to brave the weather and fish the Missouri.  It was frigid to say the least, I’m not sure if it ever got over freezing.  The good news was we only … Continue reading

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Lake fishing

With the river on and off, we’ve been fishing lakes quite a bit lately.  As always, the Spring is an excellent time to target large trout and your chance of hooking into something 24″ or better are pretty good on … Continue reading

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River Clean Up – Next Saturday – 4/13

Looking for some good fish Karma?  Next weekend is your chance to get out and enjoy the weather while helping clean up the Yellowstone River.  Kids are more than welcome and every year it’s nice to see more and more … Continue reading

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Clarity Report

Water clarity has varied from 9 inches to 3 feet lately, depending on where (and when) you’re on the river.  Today town was dirtier than both up high and down low.  So far the Shield’s is clear but the CFS … Continue reading

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Clarity Report

Yesterday it was 67° here in Livingston, with surprisingly no wind.  The next couple days should also be in the 60′s, which will likely be adding a tint of color to the river.  The Lamar has been coming up quickly, … Continue reading

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