Monthly Archives: July 2014

Last call for Salmonflies out of the boat…

If you are looking to see salmonflies from the boat the next few days are likely your last chance.  The bulk of the big bugs are already up past the canyon and heading into the park.  Still, the dry fly … Continue reading

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Salmonfly Fever continues

The Yellowstone continues to fish well up high with both salmonfly dries and nymphs.  Yesterday Carbella to Point of rocks fished good, not great.  It definitely seemed like the fish (and bugs) were spotty and while we didn’t catch a … Continue reading

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Busy River…

You know the Yellowstone is fishing well when you can’t find a parking spot at Point of Rocks, Mallard’s, or Carter’s!  The bad news is that it’s bumper boats.  The good news is lots of bent rods on big fish, … Continue reading

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Salmonfly Fever…

Salmonfly dries have popped on the Yellowstone as of this morning near Loch Leven.  Clarity on the Yellowstone is looking good for now (about two feet in the Valley).  Check the CFS at Corwin and at Carter’s the next couple … Continue reading

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Madison Fishing Hot

Salmonfly Fever is in full swing on the Madison right now.  There are tons of adult dries out right and the big fish have been gobbling them up.   Although water is very high (and still less than 6 inches … Continue reading

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