Monthly Archives: May 2013

Small streams and Tailwaters

If driving to the Bighorn or the Missouri just aren’t in the cards for you, then you might think about trying one of the smaller creeks or rivers in our area.   The Spring Creeks have been fishing well and at … Continue reading

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Smaller streams starting to clear…

We’ve had a few calls asking about the clarity of the stone lately.  Depending on where you’re at, it’s been 2-6 inches of visibility, and although it has been dropping the last couple days however we don’t feel it is … Continue reading

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Inches of vis…

 

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Less than a foot of visibility

The river has come up quite a bit in town (2310 CFS), plus we have another steep spike up at Corwin (2,500 CFS).  We’re starting to see a few more sticks in the foam eddies (which is where all the … Continue reading

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Caddis Action

The Yellowstone has been fishing well on top the last couple days.  Be sure to bring a dry fly rod as Caddis, March Browns, Baetis and midges have been coming off in good numbers.  The clarity is currently around 2 … Continue reading

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Clarity Report

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