Monthly Archives: September 2016

Entire Yellowstone now reopened

The 17.2 mile stretch from Emigrant to Pine creek is now reopened as of today, Friday 9/23.  Now the entire Yellowstone is back open from the YNP boarder to it’s confluence with the Missouri River.  After the closure was lifted … Continue reading

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Overcast days to come

If you have the opportunity to get out and fish this week it looks good fishing weather.  The clouds and light rain should bring out decent numbers of baetis, sulphurs, and hecuba.   The streamer fishing should also be a … Continue reading

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Fall Fishing starting to settle in

We are starting to see some nicer brown trout getting caught as of lately.  With the change in air (and water temperatures) the browns are starting to get more aggressive on the Yellowstone as well as on the Madison.  Cutthroat … Continue reading

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YNP to Emigrant and Pine Creek Down – Now Open for Business

New sections opened up on the Yellowstone today – From Point of Rocks to Emigrant and from Pine creek down is now open to all water recreation including fishing.  The Shield’s River also opened up to fishing today.  The only … Continue reading

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YNP to Point of rocks now open to fishing

FWP opened up another section on the Yellowstone River from the YNP boarder to the new Point of Rocks FAS (located just upstream from the HWY 89 Bridge).  From Point of Rocks to 89 remains closed to fishing and all … Continue reading

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Yellowstone Re-Open to Fishing from 89 Down!

Section 1 (YNP to Carbella FAS):  The Yellowstone and its tributaries are now open to all non-angling recreation.  The decision made to keep angling closed is in the interest to continue to protect the native cutthroat trout.  The commission will … Continue reading

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