Monthly Archives: July 2017

Clarity Improving

Clarity on the Yellowstone has been improving lately and people are starting to catch more and more fish on dries.  In the Valley caddis have been working better, if you go way up high then salmonflies, goldenstones, and yellow sallies … Continue reading

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Clarity Report / Salmonflies

The Yellowstone is still taking its sweet time to fully clear, but in the meantime we’ve been having some good nymph and streamer fishing.  The dry fly bite has been more difficult, for that the Upper Madison is still your … Continue reading

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Clarity / Salmonflies

The Yellowstone has had a slow awakening but the fish are starting to eat the dry a little better, especially below clear confluences.  Strangely enough, many of the dry fly bites have been on smaller caddis or yellow sallies, with … Continue reading

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Clarity Report / Salmonflies

It was a tough day out there today.  Some of the better results were 4-6 trout per boat but, in general the fishing was on the slow side.  Perhaps the fish gorged on big bugs?  It finally seems like the … Continue reading

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Clarity Report / Salmonflies on the Stone

CFS on the Stone has been dropping……….. slowly, (which is great for the rest of our summer in August and September).  Today flows finally dropped below 12,000 CFS, but we are still waiting until the river is at 10,000 CFS … Continue reading

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