Winter Is Coming

Chase Chapman and crew fishing at Carbella during late October...

Things got cold quickly this year, which has already driven a lot of Fall spawning rainbows and browns into the tributaries and side channels of the Yellowstone.   Most all the leaves have fallen along the Yellowstone now, but some of the bushes are hanging on to a little color.  You won’t see too many boats out there now, especially on the nastier days.  Since the water temp is so cold, nymph fishing is going to be your best bet.

Rock hunting ... also a good idea while water levels are lower

Slow, inside corners have been better than the fast bank in general...

The half moon - good luck or bad luck?

Emigrant Peak

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