Monthly Archives: August 2017

Fish Still Looking Up

The fish are still looking up on the Yellowstone and taking dries.  Hoppers and chubbies have been standard fare for a while now but ants and smaller dries are starting to become a staple on the menu as well.  You … Continue reading

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Hopper Time Continues…

The Yellowstone is fishing well with fish still looking up.  Hoppers have been the name of the game, with a variety of droppers, either dry or sub-surface.  CFS (currently 3180) and water temps (averaging 66°) are hanging in there nicely, … Continue reading

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Yellowstone Fishing Well

The Yellowstone continues to fish well, especially with dries.  Ants, hoppers, mayflies, spruce moths, caddis, and other attractors have been working.  If you are looking for a nymph dropper most folks have been going with a small beadhead over a … Continue reading

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Solid Dry Fly Action

The dry fly action has been pretty good this past week.  Hoppers, stones, parachutes, ants, and other attractors have all been working well lately as the fish are looking up.  The streamer bite has been slow in general, however if … Continue reading

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River Looking Good, Mud Likely Tomorrow Up High

The Yellowstone is looking clear and ready to fish from top to bottom today.  It looks a few systems will be hitting the Lamar Valley today, so we’ll likely see some mud tomorrow up high.  Yesterday fished well with dries … Continue reading

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Windy today

The Yellowstone is looking great but the “W” is blowing a little harder than it has been the last few days.  Other than that conditions are excellent with no mud plugs and plenty of water.  We do have some rain … Continue reading

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Yellowstone Fishing Well

The river is rocking and rolling with plenty of water for all.  Hoppers have taken over as most anglers are throwing some kind of hopper – either drifting it solo, fishing it with a dry dropper, (like a small ant … Continue reading

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Streamer Fishing on the Stone

Aside from fishing hoppers and other big dries, the streamer fishing has been pretty decent on the Yellowstone this week.  The river has now dropped to 4500 CFS and many of our favorite streamer banks and runs are in great … Continue reading

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Hopper Time

Fish have been looking up and eating hoppers, stones, ants, other terrestrials, and small attractor dries on the Yellowstone this week.  Water temps are staying cool and the fishing has been good right through the afternoon.   Nymphs have been … Continue reading

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