Yellowstone Fishing Well

Julie Berggren and PB with a solid rainbow. Photo: Coleen Howes

The Yellowstone continues to fish well, especially with dries.  Ants, hoppers, mayflies, spruce moths, caddis, and other attractors have been working.  If you are looking for a nymph dropper most folks have been going with a small beadhead over a rubberleg.  Dead drifting streamers has also been productive, especially with a small nymph behind it.  Give us a call to book a trip!  406-222-7130.

Audie Berggren and Marcus McGuire getting things done nicely...

Dick Luechterfeld with a sweet brownie... Photo: Ashby Bell

Local and private lakes are still fishing hot as well...

Local and private (rod fee) lakes have still been fishing well.  There are still callibaetis on the water, usually starting around 10:00 or so in the morning.  Damsels, leeches, scuds, and beadheads have all been working but it has been the most fun to catch them on hoppers…

Siljia with a nice eclipse fish... Photo: John Bond

Richard and Samuel Case with a Eclipse brown! Photo: Hank Bechard

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