July 2010

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YNP Report

Seasons are changing in Yellowstone Park.  The bad news is that increasing water temps on the Firehole have caused a serious case of lockjaw in the river’s trout.  The fishing on the Madison is also starting to suffer from warm temps on the Firehole, but there is still some PMD action to be had in […]

Yellowstone River 7.21.10

The Yellowstone fished very well for us this past week as the water conditions continued to improve. The river is currently flowing at 6,100 cfs in Livingston and 5,400 at Corwin Springs with a good 4 feet of visibility. The upper river seems to have the most consistent dry fly action, especially above Yankee Jim […]

Yellowstone Update

Yellowstone Update

The Yellowstone fished very well this weekend from Gardiner down to Mallards Rest. We had some great dry fly fishing in the mornings fishing big Chubby Chernobyl’s with a size 12 tan Crystal Stimulator as a second dry.  While the Salmonflies have moved up above the canyon there are still good numbers of Golden Stones, […]

Spring Creek Update

Spring Creek Update

The creeks have been tough the last couple of days with light PMD hatches and spooky fish. Some days have been salvaged by fishing terrestrials such as small hopper or beetle patterns along grassy banks. Some good patterns to consider are the Morrish Hopper, Bullet Head Hopper, and the Flying Beetle.

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