Monthly Archives: August 2016

YNP Fishing Great

Even with the closures on the Yellowstone outside the park, our guides have been finding some outstanding fishing inside YNP. Most of the fishing is on dry flies, like hoppers, ants and beetles which is always exciting. Our guides have … Continue reading

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Other guide trip options: YNP, Upper Madison, the MO, Lakes, jet boat trips and more…

Now that the Yellowstone (and it’s tributaries) are closed we spreading our trips out to other areas.  Yellowstone National Park, the upper and lower Madison, the Missouri, as well as public and private lakes are all fishing well right now. … Continue reading

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Yellowstone River Closed due to Parasite

  The Yellowstone AND ITS TRIBUTARIES are now officially closed to ANY river use until further notice.  This includes fishing, boating, wading, floating, tubing, or any other activity that involves contact with the water).  The reason for all this is … Continue reading

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Hoot-Owl Lifted between Carter’s to Springdale

FWP lifted a “Hoot-Owl” restriction yesterday from Carter’s bridge down to Springdale, so the Yellowstone is now open 24 hours a day from Gardiner down to the Springdale Bridge.  It looks like we have more clouds in the future, so … Continue reading

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Hotter temps mean get out early…

The Yellowstone has been fishing well in the mornings and although there is no hoot owl closure above Carter’s bridge we are still recommending to get on (and off) the river early.  Water temps have actually been quite good before … Continue reading

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Clarity Report

We know we have mud coming from Yellowstone National Park, so way up high is risky today (since you’ll likely get caught by mud).   6 mile has made things a little muddy mid Valley as well, although the river … Continue reading

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Hootie Hoo

The Yellowstone has been hot lately so we’ve been recommending 6:00AM starts.  FWP has put a “hoot owl” restriction on the Yellowstone from Carter’s bridge down to the confluence of the Clark’s Fork of the Yellowstone.  This means from Carter’s … Continue reading

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