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Yellowstone River Report, October 22nd 2019

Oct
22
2019

Posted & filed under Fishing Reports.

Yellowstone River Fishing Report October 22nd, 2019The river is certainly beginning to slow but that does not mean that there isn't good fishing to be had! Conditions have been the biggest factor regarding quality of fishing. We are beginning to heavily rely on the BWO hatch for any dry fly fishing...

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Happy St. Paddy's Day BBQ Style

Mar
17
2018

Posted & filed under Events.

St. Paddy's Day and normally this would be a day for something a little more Irish. But, today also coincides with the re-opening of Follow Yer Nose BBQ joint out behind the flyshop. It's been almost 5 1/2 months since Taylor and the boys have cranked up the smoker and produced the best BBQ in SW...

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Boat Ramp Updates

Mar
3
2017

Posted & filed under Yellowstone River Fishing Reports.

  Getting around the valley a bit today, we've been keeping an eye on what's usable as far as boat ramps.  And what's not.  It's early, but there's been folks asking.  So, here's a quick rundown on where you can and where you CAN'T put-in or take out your...

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More Yellowstone River Sections Opened Up to Use

Sep
16
2016

Posted & filed under Fishing Reports.

  Hot off the press from Montana FWP, more Yellowstone River sections are open to use as of this morning.  Previous announcements late last week had the waters from Carbella to Point of Rocks FAS re-opened and folks have been steadily coming by the flyshop with requests to know if more...

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Fall Weather!

Sep
13
2016

Posted & filed under Fishing Reports.

  The Yellowstone River from the Point of Rock FAS to the Highway 89 Bridge FAS is still currently closed. Above Point of Rocks FAS and below Highway 89 Bridge FAS the river is open to all recreational activity. The Paradise Valley Spring Creeks and all of the Yellowstone Tributaries except...

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RE-Opened Sections of the Yellowstone River!

Sep
6
2016

Posted & filed under Events.

A quick update on the Yellowstone River. Straight from the FWP website:    Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks reopened the upper stretch of the Yellowstone River and its tributaries to fishing Tuesday – from the border of Yellowstone National Park to the Carbella Fishing...

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Late July Fishing Report

Jul
24
2016

Posted & filed under Fishing Reports.

As we move through the end of July and into August we again are looking at some pretty skinny water along with rising water temps. Water in Livingston has hit 70 degrees two out of the last 3 days. It has stayed a few degrees cooler in the upper valley and above Yankee Jim Canyon.  The...

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Back on Track

Jul
14
2016

Posted & filed under Yellowstone River Fishing Reports.

 @Mill Crk @ Emigrant Bridge       Strong storms moving through earlier in the week had the fortunate effect of much liked precipitation.  Soak the garden, put snow on the mountain tops kind of precipitation and cooler weather.  As we reported earlier, the...

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Fishing on the Yellowstone continues!

Jun
26
2016

Posted & filed under Yellowstone River Fishing Reports.

It has been a great week over here in Paradise Valley. A ton of bug activity has kept fish on the rise and the bite has been outstanding. The Salmon Flies seem to be mostly on the upper stretches of the Yellowstone near Gardiner and above. You will see the occasional adult fluttering lower....

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Yellowstone River Fishing Report

Feb
29
2016

Posted & filed under Fishing Reports.

We hope everyone has been enjoying these winter months and looking forward to an exciting spring! First off if you haven't renewed your fishing license, do so now. The one purchased last year expires today! Make sure to check out the new pricing and fishing regulations for the 2016 season. A good...

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Catch more trout (also enjoy the awesome fall scenery)!

Oct
17
2015

Posted & filed under Fishing Reports.

If the native Mountain White Fish have taken a liking to you this fall first, take a deep breath. This is their spawning time and they are very active and will eat everything. Second, take the bobber off. Any bead-head nymph dead drifted is going to get absolutely crushed by white fish this...

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