April 2013

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Still to Come

Still to Come

Don’t worry, you didn’t miss it. There were plenty of bugs out the last couple of days, but no blanket hatch. And not a lot of great fishing with caddis dries. We predict that the bulk of the Mother’s Day caddis hatch has yet to occur. The $10,000 question is, when? The cool weather over […]

Saturday

Flows on the Lamar have headed upward, as has the Yellowstone River at Corwin Springs. So you might expect some dirty water to be heading downward. The gauge at Carter’s Bridge (check out yesterday’s water temperatures!) is holding steady at the moment, so you’ll probably want to stay closer to town today (or go below). […]

Friday Update

Despite yesterday’s warm temperatures, there was no substantial spike in flows on the Yellowstone or the Lamar. So the water clarity should remain good today. The water temperature at Carter’s Bridge reached 53 yesterday afternoon. Getting awfully close to caddis temps. No reports yet of any numbers of the bugs, but it’s getting close. March […]

Short Update

Short Update

Beau reports seeing good numbers of March Browns down below town yesterday (between Otter and Pelican) and nice-sized fish up eating them. Ironically, he was part of a boat-load of streamer junkies. Three guides in the boat and not a floating line between them. They were not able to fish the hatch.

Big Weekend!

Big Weekend!

The weather looks positively wonderful today, tomorrow, and through the weekend. Some wind in the Livingston area, but it shouldn’t be as bad up in the Paradise Valley. The Yellowstone River has been fishing well, particularly near town. The water’s still very low, but should get at least a bit higher with the warmer weather. […]

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