September 2012

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Yellowstone River 9/28

The weather today is fixing to be beautiful, a high temp of 77 with a 6-10 m.p.h Southwest wind. The river is fishing particularly well up high, above the canyon is really good, as well as Carbella to Emigrant.  A lot of the action has been in the afternoon, although the mornings have not been […]

Fall is Streamer Time!

Fall is Streamer Time!

With fall approaching, it could only mean one thing to people that share a passion for large Brown Trout, STREAMER SEASON! Don’t get me wrong, streamers work year round. However, the fall time is very special because as Browns get ready to spawn, they get particularly aggressive toward big flies. It may be that they’re […]

Yellowstone River 9/26

We are looking at a fishy forecast for the day, a Southwest wind at only 5 to 7 m.p.h, partly sunny with a high of 76.  Right now at the shop, it is very overcast, and very inviting fishing weather. I heard from a little bird that up above Yankee Jim Canyon has been fishing […]

Want to fish hoppers? Head East

Want to fish hoppers? Head East

We’ve heard that fish are still munching on hoppers out east of Livingston. Try a small (12 or even 14) Morrish Hopper with a beadhead dropper. Or trail the hopper with a second dry fly. Perhaps a Parachute Purple Rooster, an ant, or a beetle. For those of you who like to chuck the big […]

Yellowstone River 9/24

Today’s forecast looks great for fishing.  This afternoon is supposed to cloud in a bit, and have a good potential for rain, with an 8-12 mph wind projected.  This afternoon should provide some baetis for you dry fly folks. The morning will fish the best with a bead head nymph, try a Prince of Darkness, […]

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