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Holden Russell and Bob Ganyo with a gagger! Photo: Joey Greenberg

The Yellowstone has been a little tough lately, we could certainly use some cloud cover. The brighter days have customers and guides digging into the nymph bins, particularly the Euro nymph bin. These nymphs are small and heavy and get in the strike zone quickly. Soft hackle jigs, perdigon nymphs, and baetis jig nymphs have all be working. The next time we do see clouds try fishing streamers as the browns are starting to get more aggressive. There have also been some larger dries on the water, so try fishing a larger parachute like a hecuba or fall mahogany. Once we have more steady cloud cover fall baetis will also be out and about. Give us a call to book a guide. 1-406-222-7130.

The Browns are back baby! Ladd Barber with a solid fish. Photo: Todd Barber
Slough Creek with fresh snow… Photo: Jeff Carder