The Yellowstone has been fishing well the last few days. Like clockwork, it seems as though everyday we’ve had some kind of afternoon thunderstorm so packing along a light raincoat is a good idea. These afternoon storms have been quick however, (and knock on wood), haven’t been blowing out the river out. Today there is a mid-valley mud plug that has just now reached Carter’s (at 12:00 noon) but we’ve been able to work around it by floating high or down low. Tomorrow looks like the valley will be on. A big plus from all these afternoon storms is that the water temps are much lower and the big fish have been eating. If you want to fish dries a chubby is still a good call, although we have been seeing a few hoppers here and there. Flying ant droppers, caddis, trudes, and other attractor dries have also been taking fish tight to the banks. Nymphs and streamers are a good bet for larger fish, just realize you will likely sacrifice catching more fish in order for a shot at something big. Give us a call for the latest report, or if you’d like to book a guide. 406-222-7130.