Monthly Archives: August 2015

Browns are back on the prowl!

The fishing on the Yellowstone has picked up quite a bit this week.  Most likely due to the drop in water temps and also less fishing pressure.  With less boat traffic on the river the fish are feeling more aggressive … Continue reading

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Hoppers, Chubbies, and other dries

Dry fly anglers rejoice – both the Yellowstone and the Park have been fishing well with chubbies, hoppers, ants, and other terrestrials.  If you’re on the river, focus getting long, flawless drifts (your rower will play a key role here). … Continue reading

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The bite is on!

With kids going back to school we have seen a little less traffic on the Yellowstone this week.  The bigger fish have been looking up lately and focussing on dries rather than streamers.  Nymphs have been working well too, however … Continue reading

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Yellowstone fishing well

The Yellowstone has been fishing very well the past couple days and today.  Part of this is due to the fact the Yellowstone was basically rested for about 5-6 days last week, however in addition to that water temps are … Continue reading

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Madison fishing well

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Stone fishing well…

The Yellowstone has fished very well the past few days!  Is it the change in the barometric pressure or the phase of the moon??  Who knows, but the fish have been looking up and eating well lately… (just in time … Continue reading

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Dry Fly Action heating up!

The Yellowstone has really fished well the past two days and the fish are looking up.  With rain in the forecast for the next couple days we may be on the look out for mud, but so far so good! … Continue reading

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Hopper Time

Fish have been looking up and eating big dries this week.  An ant dropper or attractor dry dropper has been a good way to fish the riffle shallows and stay out of the moss, particularly down low.  There have been … Continue reading

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