A Short Window

The Yellowstone River has dropped a bunch over the last few days and the clarity right now is quite good (over 2 feet). Don’t know how much longer it will last with the warmer weather, but we’re crossing our fingers for the weekend. Right now, the water temperatures are pretty low (42 degrees), so the likelihood of a significant caddis hatch is low until things warm up again. But you might see some March Brown mayflies. And the nymphing and streamer fishing should be good. Get out while you still can!

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