Monthly Archives: May 2016

Clarity Report, Tuesday 5/31

Clarity on the Stone is still hanging in there, however water levels are coming up steadily.  The past two days have unexpectedly been very productive with streamers.   Today should be the last good day, (we’ve been thinking that for … Continue reading

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Yellowstone National Park – Season Opener

The 2016 season is officially open in Yellowstone National Park!  Surprisingly some of the NE rivers are still in decent shape and fishing well, streams we typically can’t fish until after Spring runoff.  With warmer temps on the way, we … Continue reading

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Clarity Report 5/27

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Stone Still Fishing

Surprisingly the Yellowstone is still hanging in there on clarity.  Today and tomorrow will likely be your best chances. The visibility is perfect for fishing streamers and going for a big brown.  We saw a few small fish rising yesterday, … Continue reading

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Madison River report

  The Madison has been fishing well and has been a good option while the Yellowstone is still high and muddy. It is still a little early for the Salmon Flies, but come mid-June we expect to see a healthy … Continue reading

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Creeks, Lakes & the MO

  Well folks, it’s official. The Yellowstone is full run off mode. We’d suggest fishing any of the area lakes, spring creeks, or head to the Missouri for some good fishing. Give us a call at 406-222-7130 to get information … Continue reading

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Clarity 5/18/16

Get out while you can! There is a possibility of a few more good days before it’s completely blown.  Give us a call for the latest conditions, 406-222-7130

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Mother’s Day Caddis – Here a Week Early…

The Mother’s Day Caddis are out in full effect on both the Yellowstone and the Lower Madison.  The clarity on the Yellowstone today is great (3 feet of vis), but we all know that will be changing quickly as this … Continue reading

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