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John and Logan with a nice Valley brown…

The Yellowstone has had its ups and downs this past week. With few clouds in the sky, the dry fly bite has been tough. Guides have been working hard to put people on fish however, often this has meant nymphing or fishing a dry/dropper rig. The streamer bite has been slow as well, but all that could change quickly with a little cloud cover. The spring creeks and YNP have both been fishing well. The PMD’s on the creeks have provided consistent action, size #18-20 PMD’s seem to be working, along with midge larva, scuds, and sparsely tied PMD nymphs. The NE section of Yellowstone National Park has been fishing very well. Stoneflies, green drakes, grey drakes, and hoppers have all been good fly choices. Guides are booking up quickly, give us a call soon if you’d like to plan a trip! 1-406-222-7130.

Holden Russell with a nice one. Photo: Logan Brown
Mathew Buser and Eric Paulson #bigdrip Photo: Daniel Buser
Logan with a good one… Photo: Holden Russell
Kurt Klussmann with a solid brown. Photo: John Bond
Brian Carlson getting things done! Photo: Eric Paulson
John Bubnikovich having some fun. Photo: Marcus McGuire
Pete Capuano with a good one. Photo: Guy Thomas
Mrs. B enjoying her first trout trip… Photo: Jim Balock