Monthly Archives: October 2014

Happy Halloween!

The Yellowstone fished well the past couple days.  It’s been bright and more of a nymph game out there but starting Saturday it looks like we have some clouds moving in.  Saturday night and Sunday look like 90% chance of … Continue reading

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Spring Creeks

The Spring Creeks have been fishing well lately, especially during moments with cloud cover and little wind.  Unfortunately those conditions are often few are far to come by this time are year.  Never-the-less, they do happen and when the universe … Continue reading

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Stone Fishing Tough Lately

The Yellowstone has been difficult fishing the past few days, most likely a direct result from it being so bright lately.  It’s also been pretty windy, which always adds to the challenge of rowing and angling.  If you are throwing … Continue reading

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Looking for Cloud Cover…

This past week has been pretty bright across the state of Montana, the Yellowstone included.  As such, evenings have been better for streamer fishing, especially since morning water temperatures over here have been quite cold.  That being said, we are … Continue reading

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Still stripping…

Clarity on the Yellowstone is still in that 2-3 feet range, which has been good for streamer anglers.  Dry fly angler’s  have also been successful, on hoppers of all things yesterday.  The last few days we’ve been faced with a … Continue reading

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Streamer Time

The river is shaping up nicely with about 2-3 feet of visibility, perfect clarity for a big brown.  We are finally into streamer season here on the Yellowstone.  Dries are still working in the foam eddies (or wherever you see … Continue reading

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