Winter Fishing

Winter Fishing

The unseasonably warm weather has me thinking about getting out for a bit of December fishing fun! With that in mind, just thought I’d share a few words that I penned a little while back on the subject of fly fishing in the Winter months: When the temperatures are in the negative, it’s hard to […]

Today’s the Day…

…to get out on the river. Unless you’re a fan of cool rain and gusty wind. That’s in tomorrow’s forecast. So grab your rod and get out there today. Streamers are still faring well on the Yellowstone River. Olive was the color that got the most eats a couple of days ago. But don’t get […]

Announcing Our 2nd Annual Short Video Contest!

Did you get some great fly fishing footage on the Go Pro this summer? Package it up into a short (5 minutes max) video and enter it in the 2nd annual Sweetwater Fly Shop short video contest. Fish porn? Humor? Scenic? We’ll accept all genres. Telling a good story will be weighted more heavily than […]

Don’t Forget Dries

The emphasis lately has been on fishing streamers on the Yellowstone River. And for good reason. This is the season for throwing the big bugs, and some nice fish are being picked up on streamers. But that’s not the only game in town. Dry flies are still catching trout. Even though the baetis mayflies have […]

Fall Is For Fishing

Now that the mud has cleared (again), the fishing on the Yellowstone River has returned to its previous state – very good. Now’s the time to get out, before the snow begins to fly. The dry fly bite remains good. Smaller hoppers (try pink) have still been taking fish on top, as have Chubby Chernobyls. […]

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