Yellowstone Fishing Well

Rex Fowler & Paul Bloch - "Museum of the Lockies" Photo: Rick Schaefer

The river is rocking and rolling with plenty of water for all.  Hoppers have taken over as most anglers are throwing some kind of hopper – either drifting it solo, fishing it with a dry dropper, (like a small ant or parachute), or a nymph dropper, (such as a small rubberleg or beadhead).  Nymphing has also been good but it has been fun to watch bigger fish come up and eat a hopper.  Various colors and sizes have been working, but it seems like peach or flesh have been popular.   Give us a call if you want to get out there!  1-406-222-7130.

Brown, as in Jim Brown...

Judy Maben: 1st fish, most fish, biggest fish! Photo: Bob Maben

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