April 2011

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Icy Guides!

Icy Guides!

The fishing on the Yellowstone River was great today if you like our favorite cousin Mr. Whitey.  With the wind causing havoc earlier in the day from Big Timber to Livingston we figured our best bet was to be in the lower valley.  By the time we reached Pine we were welcomed with slight breezes […]

More of the Same.

More of the Same.

We have been on the brink of stellar fishing for a month now and as we look to the weekend it is more of the same.  Today we were able to catch plenty of fish on nymphs but once again stiff breezes and bright sun kept the dry fly fishing at bay.  The water temps […]

Dries, Dries, Dries!

Dries, Dries, Dries!

As we hoped for, the overcast weather on Monday brought out the Baetis in pretty good numbers.  The water temp was as high as 48F and the fish were eager.  They were not only midging and eating Baetis in the foam but it was the first day that we had consistent dry fly fishing on […]

Happy Easter!

Happy Easter!

Saturday on the Yellowstone can only be described as severe clear.  A bluebird day no breeze and stingy fishing.  The water warmed quickly yesterday with my top reading at about 47F.  However there was no abundance of baetis river wide, but there were good numbers in the foam and I only saw one march brown.  […]

April spring creek update

Weather has been the “X” factor this whole month, and it hasn’t seemed to follow the forecast all that often–it’s been windy on days that were supposed to be calm, sunny on days when the forecast is for cloud cover, mild on some days that were supposed to be freezing.  I guess the lesson is […]

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