Monthly Archives: September 2018

Fall Fishing Settles In

Fall is one of our favorite times to fish the Yellowstone.  The leaves are starting to change and the dry fly fishing has been very good.  Depending on the day, we’ve seen an abundance of bugs on the water, including: … Continue reading

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Prime Colors in Yellowstone National Park

The dry fishing in YNP park has been excellent this past week.  Fall drakes have been the name of the game, although fish are also eating hoppers, flying ants, and other terrestrials as well.  As an added bonus, the leaves … Continue reading

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Lakes Fishing Well

Surprisingly the Callibaetis have still been coming off strong on certain lakes private lakes, making for some spectacular dry fly fishing with Callibaetis duns and spent spinners.  In the mornings there have been just enough spent Callibaetis spinners around to … Continue reading

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Still Looking Up for Hoppers

The fish have still been looking up on the Yellowstone.  Hoppers and nocturnals have still been the name of the game and you couldn’t ask for a nicer time to throw dries than right now.  A few trees here and … Continue reading

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Yellowstone Fishing Well

The Yellowstone has been fishing well this past week.  It’s hard to find a pink/peach hopper in this town right now!  The fish have been looking up for nocturnal stoneflies and small parachute mayfly patterns as well. An ant dropper … Continue reading

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