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March 19, 2021

March Fishing Report

With the warmer weather we’ve been experiencing, a lot of people are calling and itching to get out on the river. People are starting to float river-wide, and the majority of the shelf ice is gone. Fishing has still been a little slower, but the sunshine does feel nice. The weekend forecast is calling for…

May 8, 2020

Weekend Window?

With the weather looking nasty for the upcoming week, the next two days might be the best window to get out on the river. The clarity isn’t great but there’s enough to work with. Caddis are still flying, but fish haven’t had too many chances to get their fix. We have had a few reports…

May 5, 2020

Clarity Update

With the river on the drop over the past few days we’ve been getting calls wondering how the river looks. Although its starting to look better, the clarity still isn’t that good. You could try stripping streamers but there are much more productive rivers even for that right now. For an up to date clarity…

May 1, 2020

May 1st Clarity

Clarity on the river is not looking good for today and the weekend. Heavy rains last night made the river even more off than what it was. Caddis were out in thick numbers on Wednesday evening, but yesterdays wind and rain kind of shut things down. The shop is open for curbside pickup from 8:30-5:00…

April 2, 2020

April Report – “Stay at Home”

Even though we are under quarantine orders at home, a few of us who live close to the Yellowstone have gotten out to do some solo wade fishing. We are surprised at how busy some of the access sites have been and hope that everyone is using good judgment, staying close to home, and fishing…

October 15, 2019

Fall Fishing

We’ve had some crazy weather to say the least this Fall.  Along with the snow storms there has been a fair amount of wind and the water temps have been chilly.  That being said there has still been some dry fly action out there in certain spots, mostly foam eddies where baetis are collecting if…

October 5, 2019

Clarity Report

Despite some recent rain the Yellowstone has remained clear and has been fishing reasonably well.  Wind has been preventing some otherwise great potential for dry fly fishing with parachute adams, purple haze, and other baetis imitations.  If you are lucky enough to fish on a calm/cloudy day be sure to bring your dry fly rod….