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Caddis at Mallard’s Rest 5/9, nearly two feet of visibility. Photo: John Bond

The Yellowstone looks worth a shot tonight and possibly the next few days, (although rain is in the forecast). Yesterday, (5/9) the river had about a foot and a half to two feet of visibility. If you are looking for blanket caddis hatches, head into the valley. There are some caddis in town but most of them are up river now. The best time for dry fly action has been in the evening (after 5:30). There hasn’t been a ton of rising fish but certainly enough to have some fun and catch a few on dries. With colder nighttime temps clarity should hang in there for a few more days, especially if you are fishing streamers. Starting May 15th with will be open for walk in business as well as curb side pick up. Give us a call to book a trip or for the latest clarity report. 406-222-7130.

Caddis at Carder’s bridge 5/9.
CFS at Corwin Springs 5/10
CFS at Carter’s 5/10
Thursday, May 14th – plenty of vis and lots of caddis above Emigrant