March 2014

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Now’s The Time!

Just a short amendment to yesterday’s post. Reports from yesterday were of great fishing. Stellar. Nymphs and streamers. Saturday’s predicted high is 56 (if a bit breezy), so you won’t even have to freeze your fingertips. Clarity was an issue in some sections of the river, so you might need to search a little for […]

A Little of Everything

Yeah, the weather’s a little lousy this week. For fishing, if not for catching. But it’s worth bundling up and getting out for a couple of hours. The Yellowstone River is waking up from its mid-winter slumber. Reports have been good lately, if not lights out. The usual nymph rigs have been netting fish. Larger […]

Got Midges?

With the warm weather we’re having this week, it’s time to start looking for fish eating midges on top. Keep an eye open for heads coming up in eddies and in the slack water behind rocks. Midge dries we like include the Sprout Midge (emerger), Micro Midge (adult), and Griffith’s Gnat (midge cluster). All are […]