Monthly Archives: September 2015

Streamer time…

Of course if we had our pick, we’d want to be fishing streamers on a cloudy day – but sometimes that simply isn’t in the cards.  If you are faced with a bright day your best shot for numbers is … Continue reading

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Yellowstone or Madison

Both the Yellowstone and Madison have been fishing well the past few days.  If you are thinking the Madison, both the Upper and Lower have been producing some great browns.  If you are thinking the Yellowstone, mid-valley has had less … Continue reading

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6 inches in town, better up high

Clarity in the Valley is going to be better today than town down.  We had boats way up high yesterday (Carbella) and the clarity was good for nymphing and streamers.  Today the clarity should be even better.  Give us a … Continue reading

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Madison fishing well

With a murky Yellowstone the past couple days we’ve also been sending some trips to the Madison and it has been fishing very well.  Streamers and nymphs have been the main methods of attack, especially if you are targeting larger … Continue reading

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Recent rain brings some mud…

Recent rain has muddied up 6 mile creek (near Emigrant) as well as brought some rain to the Lamar Valley for the next couple days we will be moving around the mud.  Give us a call to find out where … Continue reading

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White fish on the spawn…

CFS on the Yellowstone is currently around 1600, which is quite low for this time of year.  The good news is that water temps have been low (currently 56-62).  Another advantage of low water is that the guides have a … Continue reading

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The browns are biting…

The Yellowstone has been kicking out some nice browns lately.  Most of these have been caught on streamer patterns but a handful of nice fish have been caught on hoppers, stonefly dries, attractor dries, and nymphs.  The weather forecast is … Continue reading

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Yellowstone fishing well…

While hoppers and chubbies are still the go to, the streamer bite is starting to get a little more traction over here, especially with the recent cloud cover and cooler weather/water temps.  We have a few new custom patterns at … Continue reading

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Still Hopper Time

Hoppers have been working well for a while now, typically fished in the smaller sizes (#10-12).  Now that the hoppers have had a chance to grow all summer we’ve been fishing larger hoppers, (#6-8) especially in heavier/faster water located below … Continue reading

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