Monthly Archives: April 2014

Last call for double hual

The Yellowstone finally looks worth a shot with a little less than 2 feet of visibility in town.  It’s not likely to be lights out but seeing how the river is soon to blow out, it may be your last … Continue reading

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Pine to 89 worth a try

Despite the increased volume on the Yellowstone (looks like CFS @ Corwin is staring to spike), the clarity is looking good in town and will likely be fine from mid valley down to 89.  Sounds like there is mud at … Continue reading

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Worth a try…

Colder night temperatures the past few nights have given the upper Yellowstone a bit of a chance to clear up from not really worth the drive to worth giving it a try.  The visibility between Gardiner and Carter’s bridge has … Continue reading

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Water temp rising…

The Yellowstone has been fishing pretty decent lately.  We’ve had a few guide trips out and all have been successful outings.  Not too many fish over 20″ have been landed but quite a few 17-18″ browns are getting caught, mostly … Continue reading

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Yellowstone River Clean Up next Saturday…

If you’re around next Saturday and are interested in helping clean up the Yellowstone stop by the civic center around 8:00AM.  Kids are always welcome and encouraged to join in the fun.  There will be a BBQ (supplied by our … Continue reading

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