Monthly Archives: June 2019

SW Montana Fishing Well

South Western Montana rivers are on the drop and fishing well.  There are a lot of places to go right now including the all the major blue ribbon streams as well as smaller spring creeks, mountain streams, and local stillwaters. … Continue reading

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PMD’s on the Spring Creeks

PMD’s have been coming off in full force on the Spring Creeks.  Mornings have been slower, but the afternoons have offered dry fly anglers some solid action.  From what we can gather, the larger (size 14-18) infrequens PMDs hatched at … Continue reading

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Clarity Still Good

Clarity is looking very good just above Carter’s bridge today.  The town section and below however is very fast, deep, and turbulent, making the Valley a much better fishing option until flows drop.  The Larmar finally blipped up a bit, … Continue reading

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Lakes Fishing Well

Local and private lakes have been fishing very well lately.  Callibaetis are coming off mid morning through lunch and the fish have been chomping them.  Leeches, scuds, chironomids, water boatmens, and damsel nymphs have also been doing the trick.  While … Continue reading

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Clarity Looking Good

Last week’s cold and nasty weather temporarily shut off the snowmelt and as a result the Stone is looking good!  It fished well yesterday and looks like it should hang in there a day or two before warmer temperatures start … Continue reading

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Yellowstone still running high and muddy

The Yellowstone is still running fast and high, and while people are itching to get out there we have been fishing other waters instead.  The Lower Madison, Spring Creeks, and private lakes have all been better options for now.  Its … Continue reading

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Lakes fishing well…

With many of our freestone rivers still running muddy, local and private fee lakes have been a fun option. Depending on the elevation of the lake, the Callibaetis hatches have been coming off thick and the fish have been happily … Continue reading

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16,000 CFS and climbing…

Now that runoff is in full swing, we are starting to see some seriously dangerous currents and debris in the river.  We do not advise even pleasure floating until things settle down, which isn’t going to be any time soon. … Continue reading

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