Fall Browns

Logan with a solid YNP brown. Photo: Lars Axelsen

Aside from the Yellowstone, the fishing in SW Montana has been hot.  Many anglers have been focusing their efforts inside Yellowstone National Park as the season is slowly coming to an end.  The NE corner has been less crowded and this is a great time of year to explore, and check out new water (or water that is usually crowded).  The Madison in the Park has also been fishing well.  Anglers are taking nice fish on soft hackles, nymphs and swung streamers.  Remember to move through the hole in a timely manner, and patience is always a virtue when fishing this stretch of the Park.  Also remember to de-barb your hooks (as always) and to fish either tungsten or tin weight instead of lead. Take advantage of these last weeks and call us if you want to book a guide for this late season run (406-222-7130)!!

A colorful brown caught by Vann Dam... Photo: Logan Brown

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