Prime Colors in Yellowstone National Park

Chloe with a nice Yellowstone cutthroat. Photo: Kaycee Gilbert

The dry fishing in YNP park has been excellent this past week.  Fall drakes have been the name of the game, although fish are also eating hoppers, flying ants, and other terrestrials as well.  As an added bonus, the leaves are just about in prime right now, and the elk are bugling, making a trip to YNP even more spectacular. Water temperatures have been chilly and the best fishing seems to be in the afternoon once things warm up a bit.   As always, the spots close to the road will be a little busier than those that require a short hike.  If you are unfamiliar with some of these out-of-the-way spots, do yourself a favor and book a trip with one of our guides!  1-406-222-7130.

Kaycee Gilbert enjoying the afternoon... Photo: Chloe Nostrant

Back you go! Kacee with the release... Photo: Chloe Nostrant

Sasha with a nice canyon cutthroat... Photo: John Bond

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