Fishing Reports

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Gallatin River - May 26th, 2011
  • Recorded:
  • Mostly sunny
  • 75 ° F 
  • Fishing: Poor
Sunshine!  River's heading up in flow again.  Still dirty.... It's got a LONG ways to go before it covers House Rock, but we'll get there. 
 
Gallatin River - May 21st, 2011
  • Recorded:
  • Windy and Rain
  • 50 ° F 
  • Fishing: Poor
While the river has dropped back in flow because of the cooler, wet weather we had that actually produced more snow up high, the river is not what I'd consider really all that fishable.  Just because the water graph says it's dropped a bunch does not mean it cleared up. 
 
Gallatin River - May 10th, 2011
  • Recorded:
  • Partly cloudy
  • 60 ° F 
  • Fishing: Poor
Gone.
 
Gallatin River - May 8th, 2011
  • Recorded:
  • Mostly cloudy
  • 56 ° F 
  • Fishing: Fair
She's starting to go.....  Taylor Fork is throwing some definitely off color junk into the main river.  There's still a foot plus of vis, but it's going pretty quick.  River is on the rise too. Nymphing remains the most consistent means of feeling that tug on the end of the line. 
 
Gallatin River - May 4th, 2011
  • Recorded:
  • Mostly sunny
  • 56 ° F 
  • Fishing: Good
Continued good water conditions right now on the Gallatin look to continue for the next couple days or so.  Runoff may not be that far off, but for now- get out there and have a blast!
Nymphing remains the most consistent means of feeling that tug on the end of the line.  Midges and Baetis are present.  March Browns are more down in the Gallatin Valley area and there are fish still willing to eat Skwalla's on the lower river.  Fishing pressure is most prevalent on the weekend.  Especially as we get some nicer weather.  Seems everyone would like to get out on the water
 
Gallatin River - April 28th, 2011
  • Recorded:
  • Cloudy
  • 50 ° F 
  • Fishing: Great
The Gallatin is fishing well! Very good water conditions right now on the Gallatin look to continue for the next week or so.  Colder weather with snow showers will keep runoff at bay until we start seeing day time temps kicking into the 60s and a lack of night time freezing.  Runoff may not be that far off, but for now- get out there and have a blast!
Nymphing remains the most consistent means of feeling that tug on the end of the line.  Midges and Baetis are present.  Scattered March Browns are more down in the Gallatin Valley area and there are Skwalla's on the lower river.  Fishing pressure is most prevalent on the weekend.  Especially as we get some nicer weather.  Seems everyone would like to get out on the water