Tailwaters Fishing Well

Forrest Craig with a nice Horn hen... Photo: Tom Ramlow

Fishing on the Yellowstone has been pretty slow lately.  There are a few spots where warmer water comes into the river where fish are more active, but tailwaters like the Missouri, Bighorn, and Lower Madison have been fishing much better.  Midges, sow bugs, scuds, egg patterns, and streamers have been the name of the game.  On some of these rivers the browns spawn late, so please be careful not to stand on the redds or fish to browns that are actively spawning…

Kelsey Edwards with her personal best! Photo: Brett Edwards

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