Fishing Reports

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Yellowstone River - September 30th, 2014
  • Recorded:
  • Cloudy
  • 55 ° F 
  • Fishing: Good
Yellowstone River Fishing Report 09/30/14
Again after some rain the river was muddy. We are seeing better clarity above six mile now. At Emigrant there is about two feet of visability. The dry fly fishing has been pretty good. Small attractor dries have been the best bet. Streamers will also work with the overcast days. Nymphing with a caddis pupa/larva with a baetis nymph dropper is also a good option. The terrestrial bite has really tapered off but throwing the chubby/dropper rig can still be productive.

Recommended Flies
Chubby Chernobyl sz 6-10
Chernobyl Ant sz 6-10
Black Magic sz 12
Meanie Bee sz 14
Stenersens CFO Ant sz 12-16
Ant Acid sz 12-16
Woolly Buggers sz 6-10
Pats Rubberlegs sz 6-10
Lightning Bugs sz 12-16
Goddard Caddis sz 14-16
Parachute Madam X sz 12-16
Stimulator sz 8-14
Purple Haze sz 12-18
Olive Haze sz 10-12
Turck's Tarantula sz 12-16
Jimmy Zee sz 12-16
Wilcox's JC Special sz 12-16
Everything Stone sz 8-12
Unabomber sz 8-12
Prince Nymph sz 14-16
Bitch Creek Bugger sz 6-8
Cheech's Leech sz 2-4
Sparkle Pupa sz 12-16
Flashback PT sz 16-18
Copper Bob sz 14-18

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Yellowstone River - September 25th, 2014
  • Recorded:
  • Sunny
  • 75 ° F 
  • Fishing: Good
Yellowstone River Fishing Report 09/25/14
We are seeing good clarity in the river above 6 mile creek and about a mile downstream of it. Fishing has been hot and cold. Reports are coming in of good fishing on the chubby/rubberlegs set up. Others couldn't buy a bite. The wind has also been a factor for angler's trying to cast. The bright sun and warm weather will make for terrestrial fishing. Ants and beetles more than hoppers. You will definatly have your fair share of whitefish this time of year as well. This weekend could be great with clouds, cooler temps, and possibly rain. Look for baeits with the cloud cover. Throw the streamer early and late as well.

Recommended Flies
Chubby Chernobyl sz 6-10
Chernobyl Ant sz 6-10
Tyger Beetle sz 12-14
Black Magic sz 12
Fat Head Beetle sz 12-16
Meanie Bee sz 14
Stenersens CFO Ant sz 12-16
Ant Acid sz 12-16
Woolly Buggers sz 6-10
Pats Rubberlegs sz 6-10
Lightning Bugs sz 12-16
Goddard Caddis sz 14-16
Parachute Madam X sz 12-16
Stimulator sz 8-14
Purple Haze sz 12-18
Olive Haze sz 10-12
Turck's Tarantula sz 12-16
Jimmy Zee sz 12-16
Wilcox's JC Special sz 12-16
Everything Stone sz 8-12
Unabomber sz 8-12
Prince Nymph sz 14-16
Bitch Creek Bugger sz 6-8
Cheech's Leech sz 2-4
Sparkle Pupa sz 12-16
Flashback PT sz 16-18
Copper Bob sz 14-18

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Yellowstone River - September 6th, 2014
  • Recorded:
  • Sunny
  • 65 ° F 
  • Fishing: Great
Yellowstone River Fishing Report 09/06/14
After a few off days because of muddy water the Yellowstone is back in shape. The cooler nights have put a slow to the fishing in the morning but it has also brought out the fall baetis and a plethora of other mayflies. The terrestrials have been out in lower numbers but the fish will be on them if it gets hot enough during the day. Soft hackles, and small beadheads dropped off the terrestrial will still be a good set up mid-day. Throw a parachute if the mayflies start to come off. If you get some overcast skies try swinging or stripping a zonker.

Recommended Flies
Chubby Chernobyl sz 6-10
Chernobyl Ant sz 6-10
HOPPERS sz 8-14
Tyger Beetle sz 12-14
Black Magic sz 12
Fat Head Beetle sz 12-16
Meanie Bee sz 14
Stenersens CFO Ant sz 12-16
Ant Acid sz 12-16
Woolly Buggers sz 6-10
Pats Rubberlegs sz 6-10
Lightning Bugs sz 12-16
Goddard Caddis sz 14-16
Parachute Madam X sz 12-16
Stimulator sz 8-14
Purple Haze sz 12-18
Olive Haze sz 10-12
Turck's Tarantula sz 12-16
Jimmy Zee sz 12-16
Wilcox's JC Special sz 12-16
Everything Stone sz 8-12
Unabomber sz 8-12
Prince Nymph sz 14-16
Bitch Creek Bugger sz 6-8
Cheech's Leech sz 2-4
Sparkle Pupa sz 12-16
Flashback PT sz 16-18
Copper Bob sz 14-18

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Yellowstone River - August 27th, 2014
  • Recorded:
  • Sunny
  • 84 ° F 
  • Fishing: Excellent
Yellowstone River Fishing Report 8/27/14
As long as there is fishable water the fishing has been great. Of course we are always watching if there is rain to see where the mud will be but it has been dry and hot the last few days. Even during the rain and cold the fish were on the bite. This warmer weather has brought the terrestrials back out and the fish know it! They have been eating hoppers, ants, and beetles very well. Watch for the nose bump and leave them in the water! There are also smaller mayflies out on the water that will get the fish eating. There has never been a better time to throw the dry fly and catch a number of fish!

Recommended Flies
Chubby Chernobyl sz 6-10
Chernobyl Ant sz 6-10
HOPPERS sz 8-14
Tyger Beetle sz 12-14
Black Magic sz 12
Fat Head Beetle sz 12-16
Meanie Bee sz 14
Stenersens CFO Ant sz 12-16
Ant Acid sz 12-16
Woolly Buggers sz 6-10
Pats Rubberlegs sz 6-10
Lightning Bugs sz 12-16
Goddard Caddis sz 12-14
Bloom's Paracaddis sz 12-16
X-2 Caddis sz 14-18
Parachute Madam X sz 12-16
Stimulator sz 8-14
Purple Haze sz 12-18
Olive Haze sz 10-12
Turck's Tarantula sz 12-16
Jimmy Zee sz 12-16
Wilcox's JC Special sz 12-16
Everything Stone sz 8-12
Unabomber sz 8-12
Prince Nymph sz 14-16
Bitch Creek Bugger sz 6-8
Cheech's Leech sz 2-4
Sparkle Pupa sz 12-16

Stop by the shop or drop us a line at (406)-333-4401 for all the latest scoop. Now get fishing!
 
Yellowstone River - August 20th, 2014
  • Recorded:
  • Mostly cloudy
  • 64 ° F 
  • Fishing: Excellent
Yellowstone River Fishing Report 8/20/14
What a summer it has been on the Yellowstone River. The high winter snowpack has meant the river has had lots of cold water and has meant the fishing has been consistent without signs of slowing down. Terrestrial fishing has remained great with hoppers, beetles, and ants all around in good numbers. The hopper fishing in the Upper Valley has been all-day good and we expect this to continue into the coming month. Cooler weather is moving in this week so fishing should only get better with more mayfly activity. Spruce moths and nocturnal golden stones have kept the fish looking for larger dries and ready to eat them. If you haven't made it over to Paradise Valley yet you are missing out on some great fishing but there is still time as things have no sign of slowing down. Grab a rod, grab a reel, find some time, and get fishing!

Recommended Flies
Chubby Chernobyl sz 6-10
Chernobyl Ant sz 6-10
HOPPERS sz 8-14
Tyger Beetle sz 12-14
Black Magic sz 12
Fat Head Beetle sz 12-16
Meanie Bee sz 14
Stenersens CFO Ant sz 12-16
Ant Acid sz 12-16
Woolly Buggers sz 6-10
Pats Rubberlegs sz 6-10
Lightning Bugs sz 12-16
Goddard Caddis sz 12-14
Bloom's Paracaddis sz 12-16
X-2 Caddis sz 14-18
Parachute Madam X sz 12-16
Stimulator sz 8-14
Purple Haze sz 12-18
Olive Haze sz 10-12
Turck's Tarantula sz 12-16
Jimmy Zee sz 12-16
Wilcox's JC Special sz 12-16
Everything Stone sz 8-12
Unabomber sz 8-12
Prince Nymph sz 14-16
Bitch Creek Bugger sz 6-8
Cheech's Leech sz 2-4
Sparkle Pupa sz 12-16

Stop by the shop or drop us a line at (406)-333-4401 for all the latest scoop. Now get fishing!


 
Yellowstone River - August 12th, 2014
  • Recorded:
  • Mostly sunny
  • 94 ° F 
  • Fishing: Excellent
Yellowstone River Fishing Report 8/12/14
Hopper, dry, hopper-dropper, or dropper-dropper there's no bad way to fish the Yellowstone River right now. On a daily basis expect hoppers littering the banks, some PMD activity, caddisflies, ants, beetles, tricos, and nocturnal goldenstones. That isn't to say anyd rift catches a fish; you've got to have the fly in the right place and floating cleanly, but the bugs are active, fish are eating, and weather is stable. Flows are down to sub-4000 CFS at Corwin so wadefishing is quickly becoming a viable option. Now get fishing!

Recommended Flies
Chubby Chernobyl sz 6-10
Chernobyl Ant sz 6-10
HOPPERS sz 8-14
Tyger Beetle sz 12-14
Black Magic sz 12
Fat Head Beetle sz 12-16
Meanie Bee sz 14
Stenersens CFO Ant sz 12-16
Ant Acid sz 12-16
Woolly Buggers sz 6-10
Pats Rubberlegs sz 6-10
Lightning Bugs sz 12-16
Goddard Caddis sz 12-14
Bloom's Paracaddis sz 12-16
X-2 Caddis sz 14-18
Parachute Madam X sz 12-16
Stimulator sz 8-14
Purple Haze sz 12-18
Olive Haze sz 10-12
Turck's Tarantula sz 12-16
Jimmy Zee sz 12-16
Wilcox's JC Special sz 12-16
Everything Stone sz 8-12
Unabomber sz 8-12
Prince Nymph sz 14-16
Bitch Creek Bugger sz 6-8
Cheech's Leech sz 2-4
Sparkle Pupa sz 12-16

Stop by the shop or drop us a line at (406)-333-4401 for all the latest scoop. Now get fishing!