Fall Fishing Settles In

John and Tom Fain with a nice valley brown...

Fall is one of our favorite times to fish the Yellowstone.  The leaves are starting to change and the dry fly fishing has been very good.  Depending on the day, we’ve seen an abundance of bugs on the water, including:  hoppers, baetis, hecuba drakes, and caddis.  We’ve also noticed a lot more angler buying streamers at the bins, (for obvious reasons). Late September is a good time of year to target big browns that are starting to get a little color to themselves.  With kids back in school and many sportsman bird hunting or bow hunting there is a lot of elbow room out there.  Give us a call to book a trip! 1-406-222-7130.

Julia Hanifen with a big hopper eater! Photo: Jamie Benedict

Nicholas Ritter with a nice brown. Photo: John Bond

Thomas Parker and John with a hard fighting valley rainbow...

Kyle Power - cheers to a nice rainbow! Photo: JB

Damion Wylie getting after it... Photo: JB

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