Monthly Archives: June 2013

Salmonfly Fever

Salmonfly Fever has started once again in South Western Montana…  If you live here and have time off to fish, then it’s time to buy an extra large case of Rock Star and chase this epic hatch around the state.  … Continue reading

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New Lake

Our clients who enjoy stillwater fishing will be pleased to know that we picked up another pay-to-play lake this year. Since the Yellowstone is still muddy, we decided to check it out.  Upon arrival we immediately saw plenty of surface … Continue reading

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Stone to clear again late June…

The Yellowstone is still muddy (zero vis and currently 12,700 CFS at Carter’s Bridge).   The Lamar is still running high as well (currently 3,860 CFS Near the Tower Ranger station) which means we are likely looking at around 2 weeks … Continue reading

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Clarity Report

Today the Stone was about a foot of visibility in town, and a good two shades dirtier than the past couple days.  Looks like we’re on the way out, today should be the last day of good fishing until the … Continue reading

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Hanging in there at 8,500 CFS…

The Stone is still hanging in there!  It looked like slightly less vis this morning than yesterday (could have been more clouds and early morning light) but it was certain enough vis to get the job done.  Most folks have … Continue reading

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Stone still fishing…

Today at Carter’s bridge we’re looking at 2 plus feet of visibility.  Unreal… The Stone is currently running at 7,810 CFS in town and fishing well.  Of course, the whole state of Montana is on fire right now with Salmonflies … Continue reading

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The secret is out…

Normally this time of year the Yellowstone is completely unfishable, flowing somewhere between 10,000 – 20,000 CFS, with absolutely zero visibility.  The last few days however have been a different story.  The Yellowstone has been running with CFS flows under 10,000, … Continue reading

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