Monthly Archives: July 2018

Safety First – Dangerous Waters

The Yellowstone has dropped under 6,000 CFS.  While certain sections of the river have really shaped up well, others have become dangerous.  Sections to avoid include Yankee Jim Canyon, Pine to Carter’s, Carter’s to 89, 89 to Springdale, and Springdale … Continue reading

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Yellowstone Fishing Well

The Yellowstone has been fishing well this past week.  With flows under 6,000 the river is taking shape and many of the shelves, riffles, and drop offs we all enjoy fishing are in prime time levels.  Hoppers are starting to … Continue reading

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Dry Fly Fishing on Local and Private Lakes

Dry Flies have been working well recently on local and private lakes.  Callibaetis duns and spent spinners have been some of the best patterns, as well as damsel dries, traveling sedges, hoppers, and other terrestrial patterns. Depending on the day, … Continue reading

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Yellowstone Fishing Well

Water levels on the Yellowstone are finally entering prime time!  Fish have been looking up and eating chubbies, hoppers, caddis, and other attractor dries.  A lot of fish have been caught on dry/dropper rigs – many falling for the dropper, … Continue reading

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Yellowstone National Park

The NE corner of the Park has been fishing very well lately!  With water levels dropping and a plethora of bugs hatching the fish have been looking up and taking dries.  Bring your PMD’s, drakes (green, brown, and gray), stoneflies, … Continue reading

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Yellowstone Fishing Well

The Stone has been fishing well this past week.  A bit of mud has been coming from Yellowstone National Park but nothing that can’t be worked around.  Still a bunch of yellow sallies and caddis on the water.  Streamers have … Continue reading

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Clarity Report

There is a short mud plug in valley today.  Guides were able to beat this by either going up high or way down low. Tomorrow this mud should be well past town and it doesn’t appear that more mud is … Continue reading

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Fish Still Hungry

The Yellowstone is in great shape and fishing well.  Lots of rubber legs heading out the door but a few nice fish have been caught on top as well as on streamers.  The park has been dodging bullets with late … Continue reading

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Yellowstone Still Fishing Well

The Yellowstone is still fishing well.  We had a surprise heavy down pour in town last night but most of it avoided YNP, so we don’t expect to see any mud coming from it.  A few big bugs are still … Continue reading

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Happy 4th of July!

The Yellowstone is primed and ready.  CFS at Carter’s bridge has dropped to 9,960 while CFS at Corwin Springs is currently 9,870.  It doesn’t looks like we have any rain on the way in the near forecast, so the river … Continue reading

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