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Armstrong's, DePuy's and Nelson's Spring Creek - April 3rd, 2014
  • Recorded:
  • Mostly cloudy
  • 48 ° F 
  • Fishing: Great
Fishing on the Paradise Valley Spring Creeks (Armstrong, Depuy, Nelson) is good to excellent given the day's conditions.  We've been getting reports that the creeks are full of fish right now and there's lots of spawners. A word to remeber- those are the future fish of the Yellowstone! Work to be careful of the spawning reds.  Leave the spawning fish alone and focus your efforts on the fish that have have dropped back into the deeper runs. 

Midges throughout the day will have selective fish up and eating.  Baetis should be making an appearance with the right conditions in the early PM.  Perhaps intensifying if a heavier cloud cover comes in.  Fish will still key on the baetis nymphs that will be found in the water columns.  Short leash nymphing with 6x and small zebra midges, sawyer pts, softhackle pts, tailwater tiny's, sow bugs, scuds, little flossy san juans, and the like will do well.  Never underestimate a small-ish black or olive bunny fur streamer (love the slumbuster!) when nothing else seems to be working.....
 
Armstrong's, DePuy's and Nelson's Spring Creek - March 26th, 2014
  • Recorded:
  • Partly cloudy
  • 40 ° F 
  • Fishing: Great
The creeks are full of fish right now, but be careful of the spawning reds.  Leave the spawning fish alone and focus your efforts on the fish that have have dropped back into the deeper runs.  Midges throughout the day will have selective fish up and eating.  Baetis should be making an appearance in the coming weeks as the water temperture continues to rise.  Perhaps intensifying if a heavier cloud cover comes in.  Fish will still key on the baetis nymphs that will be found in the water columns.  Short leash nymphing with 6x and small zebra midges, sawyer pts, softhackle pts, tailwater tiny's, sow bugs, scuds, little flossy san juans, and the like will do well.  Never underestimate a small-ish black or olive bunny fur streamer (love the slumbuster!) when nothing else seems to be working.....
 
Armstrong's, DePuy's and Nelson's Spring Creek - October 10th, 2013
  • Recorded:
  • Partly cloudy
  • 52 ° F 
  • Fishing: Great
We like the mixed clouds and chances of PM showers.  Watch the temps though as if the weather comes in as predicted, they'll surely drop a bit.  Have multiple layers you can add/shed depending! Otherwise, same game as it has been.  Midges throughout the day will have selective fish up and eating.  Baetis should make a showing and likely be coming off in the early to mid afternoon hours.  Perhaps intensifying if a heavier cloud cover comes in.  Fish will still key on the baetis nymphs that will be found in the water columns.  Short leash nymphing with 6x and small zebra midges, sawyer pts, softhackle pts, tailwater tiny's, sow bugs, scuds, little flossy san juans, and the like will do well.  Never underestimate a small-ish black or olive bunny fur streamer (love the slumbuster!) when nothing else seems to be working.....
 
Armstrong's, DePuy's and Nelson's Spring Creek - October 1st, 2013
  • Recorded:
  • Mostly sunny
  • 60 ° F 
  • Fishing: Good
Looking at sunny skies today.  Considerably less wind than we have been experiencing.  Not a bad day to be on the creeks.  Should be seeing midges throughout the day today.  Some baetis will come off in the early to mid afternoon hours.  Perhaps intensifying if a heavier cloud cover comes in.  It's not forecasted, but you never know.  Fish will still key on the baetis nymphs that will be found in the water columns.  Short leash nymphing with 6x and small zebra midges, sawyer pts, softhackle pts, tailwater tiny's, sow bugs, scuds, little flossy san juans, and the like will do well.  Never underestimate a small-ish black or olive bunny fur streamer (love the slumbuster!) when nothing else seems to be working.....
 
Armstrong's, DePuy's and Nelson's Spring Creek - September 28th, 2013
  • Recorded:
  • Scattered showers
  • 60 ° F 
  • Fishing: Good
WIND.  Never a great thing on the creeks and there's no place to hide for the most part.  Without it, we'd be in fat city.  Clouds are always welcome.  However, we seem to be sitting under 2 heavy pressure fronts and I'm not sure there is much you really can do.  Except go and try!  May be that today's a day for streamers.  Yes, even here on the spring creeks!  
 
Armstrong's, DePuy's and Nelson's Spring Creek - September 19th, 2013
  • Recorded:
  • Scattered showers
  • 76 ° F 
  • Fishing: Good
Mixed blessings on the spring creek.  Storms have rocked the area and bigger rivers such as the Yellowstone as well as good amount of the Park are "blown out" with mud.  However, the spring creeks are unaffected by that stuff.  Clouds can be a good thing.  Bad thing has been that the storms are creating winds that can make it tough to see the wily spring creek fish let alone make accurate casts to them.  So, what's the goods then?  What will the trout likely eat? Throughout the day Midges for one. In the late afternoons and into the evening Sulphers have been a good choice.  In-between: Terrestrials.  And that can be a good thing with the winds.  Blind fishing a small techy hopper, ant, or beetle can be rewarded.  But the key here is "well presented"!  First cast or else....  Good luck!