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December 20, 2019

Holiday Fishing

The weather outside is frightful, but Spring Creeks could be delightful. If you are itching to get out and there is day without 20-40+ mph wind it would be worth it to check out the Spring Creeks. With $40 rod fees and few fellow anglers this time of year, it could be your chance to…

November 25, 2019

Spring Creeks Fishing Well

The Yellowstone has been fishing slow lately but the Paradise Valley Spring Creeks have been fishing well. Fall Baetis are starting to slow down, so it has been mostly midges. The browns are spawning now so be careful where you step and avoid fishing to fish that are actively spawning. Looks like we have some…

October 31, 2019

Winter is Here

Recent cold temperatures have created a good amount of slush ice on the Yellowstone lately.  Although the forecast is calling for some slightly warmer temps the next few days, (22-47°F), the river will likely still have some ice floating in it.  In addition to the snow and ice, we have also been experiencing lots of…

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….

September 23, 2019

Clarity Report

The rain from last week did make the river dirty last weekend but it is shaping up nicely and back to green for now.  The Shield’s was especially dirty Sunday morning, but even that cleared up quickly and is back to normal.  We do have more rain in the forecast however this Thursday and Friday…

September 16, 2019

Fall Fishing

There is some good dry fly fishing to be had out there on the Yellowstone.  Hoppers are still working although the bite has slowed down significantly, especially on the cloudy/cooler days.  Fall baetis have started, flying ants blanketed the river on Saturday, and we’ve heard there have been some hecuba out there as well.  Nymphing…

September 5, 2019

Fall Fishing Settling In

Although the last couple days have been hot, there has been a change of weather and we look forward to a great Fall.  The fish are still eating hoppers hard.  The fly bins, (like many in the fishing industry) are finally getting a second wind in September, with just enough hoppers to get us through…

August 20, 2019

Yellowstone Fishing Well

Mornings have been a little on the slow side but the afternoons have been fishing really well with hoppers.  Stoneflies and caddis have been the side dishes, but hoppers continue to be the main course.  Big, medium, small, tan, yellow, green, pink, purple – you name it, they have been eating it.  Getting long drifts…

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