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Clarity in town (Tues 9/26) looking good to go...

The Yellowstone fished well yesterday and looks good to go today.  The river is clear in Gardiner and looks fine at Pine.  Today would be a great day to get out and dead drift or strip some buggers and streamers.  Yesterday there were quite a few baetis on the water.  Today is calling for partly cloudy, but it would be worth stringing up a dry fly rod so when the clouds come over you’ll already be rigged for dry fly eaters.  Give us a call if you’d like to book a trip! 1-406-222-7130.

John Redpath... on the warpath! Photo: Montana Jed

In addition to the river, there have still been some good dry fly action on local and private lakes as well as on the Paradise Valley Spring Creeks.  During this past week we saw less callibaetis on the lakes and more chironomids.  On the creeks it has been baetis and midges, some days have been incredible with blanket hatches and almost too many bugs on the water.  Other days have been windy and tougher but still worth while.  Give us a call and we can set you up with a guide or help you reserve your own rod fees.

An average brown from one of the lakes we fish...
Double down!
Gerry Lenzen with the better half of his single-angler double!
Ah.... streamer time...
Brett Edwards... first brown on the swing!