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Clarity in town, 6/22 7:50AM

The Yellowstone was starting to shape up nicely last Sunday but then it rained hard all day as well as Monday, creating a double spike in CFS. Levels are back down to 11,800 CFS currently but the river has an added hint of brown to it again. We expected this to get better and better in the next couple days, but the hydraulic prediction shows one more spike due to a predicted heavy rain tomorrow and Wednesday. Either way we should be seeing a fishable river in the next 5-7 days. If your comfort for clarity is only a few inches, the Yellowstone could floatable even sooner. In the meantime the PMD’s have been hatching on the spring creeks and people have been doing quite well. Both the upper and lower Madison have also been fishing well. Give us a call for a clarity report or to book a trip! 1-406-222-7130.

Clarity in town 6/22 7:51AM

Rich Sutphin with a nice Armstrong’s brown. Photo: Guy Thomas

A colorful cutty caught on a Compara Dun. Photo: Joe Sherman

Sarah Thomas and Guy with an Upper Madison brown! Photo: Caroline Thomas