Monthly Archives: August 2013

Big Brown…

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Hopper time!

CFS here on the Stone is low for early August at 2,120 but the fishing remains steady.   We’ve been seeing lots of hoppers in the grass around the shop and on the banks of the Stone for a couple … Continue reading

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Creeks and Lakes continued…

The Spring Creeks have been fishing well the past few days. While the recent cloud cover hasn’t been as productive for the hopper bite on the Yellowstone, it’s been great for the hatches on the creeks.  There have been solid … Continue reading

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Spring Creeks and Lakes

Both the spring creeks and local lakes have become considerably more challenging recently.  The fish have seen quite a few flies at this point in the summer, so a perfect presentation has been the key to success.  Dry fly fishing … Continue reading

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Yellowstone National Park fishing well

Yellowstone National Park has been fishing very well lately, especially in the North Eastern corner of the Park.   Those who don’t mind a 1-2 mile hike have been rewarded with excellent scenery, zero crowds, and plenty of native cutthroat … Continue reading

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The Stone is looking good…

No news of mud yet, despite a pretty hard rain here in town last night. We’ll let you know if we hear of anything, but for now the coast is clear.  One good thing that has happened during the past … Continue reading

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