Yellowstone Fishing Great


Brian Helm with guide Paul Bloch. Photo by Justin Helm

The Yellowstone has continued to be fishing great, and we expect it to get better from here. The clarity and flow have remained good, and it seems like the high winds have finally died down, but we could have a storm move through tonight. Fish on the Stone have been loving  nymphs, streamers, and big salmonfly and goldenstone dries. If you want to mix it up, we have still been seeing yellow sallies, caddis and chocolate caddis. The big day for dries is still around the corner, but should happen soon. Don’t over look the Madison, it has salmonflies now and is a great option as well.  Give us a call to book a trip:  406-222-7130.

Star Corcoran and Henry Duperier with a salmonfly nymph eater.

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