The Yellowstone was on the rise yesterday and is definitely a little dirtier than it was a couple days ago. That said, there’s definitely a chance of nymphing a couple up with about a foot or more of visibility. The streamer bite has its windows but for the most part has been slow. Expect only a couple fish if you are hucking meat all day. Nymphing has been decent however, try fishing the slower edges and be sure to get down deep enough. In the afternoons we have seen some dry fly action in the eddies but nothing crazy. Still mostly midges in the eddies, although anglers have been seeing baetis on the spring creeks, which means they should be on the river soon as well. The boat ramps are looking much better now, someone got a bobcat out and cleared the ramps at Loch and Mallard’s. Mallard’s is open again, however there have been several large rock slides in the area, so don’t park close to the bench if you are going to take a look at the river on the bluff. Give us a call to book a trip or for the latest report! 1-406-222-7130.