Nelson’s First-Timer

Winter? Could it be? It was a bit refreshing to see the Yellowstone River steaming and slushy this morning. After all, it is February. Except for Tuesday (high 40’s), temperatures are predicted to be a little cooler than they have been lately. It’s a good time to stay inside and tie a few flies for […]

Spring Creekin’

Yesterday truly felt like spring on Armstrong’s Spring Creek. I took my own advice and took advantage of the weather and the $40 winter rod fee to challenge myself a bit. And challenging it was. But I did manage to catch some nice fish. A tandem nymph rig with a size 20 Sawyer Pheasant Tail […]

Take Advantage!

Take Advantage!

This unseasonably warm weather can’t last forever. Can it? In the meantime, get out there and do some fishing. Plenty of folks have, with good results. There have even been a fair number of boats on the Yellowstone River, which is almost unheard of in February. If you do plan to float, just be sure […]

Last Chance?

Last Chance?

Today and tomorrow might be your best opportunities for a little while to get out and do some winter fishing. At least reasonably comfortably. There are dropping temperatures and a chance of snow in the forecast, starting on Sunday. So don’t waste this chance. Put on some layers and warm socks and head out for […]

Warm Weekend

Warm Weekend

This weekend’s predicted highs look great for getting out and doing a little winter fishing. The predicted winds, less so. It’s likely to be blowing hard down near Livingston. What should you do? One answer would be to fish today, when the winds are forecast to be only moderate (and a high of 44). Tell […]

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