July 2012

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Paradise Valley – 7/21

Floated Point of Rocks to Emigrant yesterday afternoon. Topwater action was steady, if not spectacular. The Chubby Chernobyl in purple (go figure) got the most attention from the trout. A lime-colored Neversink Trude also got a few takes. There are still some Yellow Sallies flying around, so you might want to have an imitation or […]

Salmonflies in Yellowstone Park

Salmonflies in Yellowstone Park

If you were curious as to if the Salmonflies are still around, the answer is yes.  South of Gardiner in the park there are still big bugs flying around in the evenings for those who like to fish big dries.  Black Canyon on the Yellowstone River may be a good option to hike into if […]

Yellowstone 7/17

Fished Otter to Pelican yesterday, we decided to go east to escape the mud plugs that are moving down the river from Yellowstone Park.  The water clarity was great, no silt at all.  Water temp was 62 and the river was flowing 5250 at the gauge in Livingston.  Before lunch the dry fly bite was […]

Yellowstone River 7/5/2012

If you were wondering, there are still Salmon flies on the river below Yellowstone National Park.  Last evening in Gardner they were everywhere!  A good float to target big bugs today would be McConnell to Joe Brown.  The top producers have been the X-Fly Cat Puke and the Irresistible Henry’s fork RL Special for imitating […]

Fish Armstrong's Spring Creek!

Fish Armstrong’s Spring Creek!

We’ve got two rods on Armstrong’s Spring Creek for this Sunday, July 8th. We’re giving them away on our Facebook page. Just go to our page, “like” it (if you haven’t already) and tell us why you deserve to fish one of the country’s legendary waters. Leave your reason in a comment to the contest […]

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