August 2015

September Fishing on the Yellowstone River

Aug
30
2015

Posted & filed under Fishing Reports.

September is here and we feel very lucky this year to still have good fishing in our backyard. Mother Nature gave us a scare this spring with a shorter runoff but due to numerous rain showers and storms, our water has kept cool and fishing has been pretty good. A big thank you to all of our...

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Terrestrial's, Nocturnal Stone's, Trico's and Drake's

Aug
25
2015

Posted & filed under Fishing Reports.

We were greeted at the shop this morning by a small cluster of Trico's, (see the three tails)? Just one of the options for you out on the river right now. The Yellowstone River has been fishing pretty well this last week. Very good dry fly action on the Nocturnal Stone imitations east of...

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Cooler Weather...

Aug
19
2015

Posted & filed under Fishing Reports.

Burrrr.... Summer gone? Not a chance but the cooler temps this last week sure made us bundle up. The weather definitely has put a slow down to the hopper and terrestrial action in the morning. Once things heat up those bugs get going and will get some action. The Yellowstone River has been...

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Aquatics work in Soda Butte

Aug
11
2015

Posted & filed under Events.

A little update on the work being done on Soda Butte this August. Today, the National Park Service, Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks, US Forest Service, and Wyoming Game and Fish Department will start its project on Soda Butte Creek in Yellowstone National Park. The goal of this project is to...

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And So It Goes...

Aug
10
2015

Posted & filed under Fishing Reports.

Late last week rain and storms put our river out of commission. It looks to be the same today. These pictures were taken up at Gardner this AM and show that water clarity is not great. Fortunately the river is clearing, but very slowly! The weather man is calling for drier conditions for the week...

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Terrestrial Time!

Aug
4
2015

Posted & filed under Fishing Reports.

That's right, terrestrial time! Here in the Yellowstone Valley and up into Yellowstone National Park the terrestrials have been the flies to fish. Small hoppers, ants, and beetles will do the trick on most rivers and streams where you see these bugs present. The tan hoppers sizes 10-14 have...

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Streamflows

Stream Flows

(cfs): 2360
52.88 F°
(cfs): 2870
50.9 F°
n/a
51.62 F°
(cfs): 256
47.84 F°
(cfs): 27.5
(cfs): 239
(cfs): 82.0
(cfs): 140
(cfs): 593
51.44 F°