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Russ Hajek with a dry fly eater behind Paul's house... Photo: Eric Paulson
Bruce Ashford with a nice brown. Photo: Bob Bergquist

Looks like the Yellowstone, the Lamar, and the Gardiner spiked a bit today.  We’ll know more tomorrow on how bad the mud is but town down should be fine.  Depending on the size of the spike the Yellowstone may even be floatable up high above the spike.  Give us a buzz in the morning for the latest clarity conditions and trust your shuttle drivers… 406-222-7130.  It looks like we have 60% chance of heavy rain tonight and 50% chance of rain tomorrow with a 50% chance of rain in the Park tonight, tomorrow, and tomorrow night…  In the meantime, the dry fly fishing has been pretty good lately, with lots of fishing looking up and eating caddis, attractor dries, hoppers, stone fly dries, flying ants, and beetles.  If we do get mud it will re-set the river and we’ll be back to throwing larger streamers, rubberlegs, and big beadheads for a couple days.

Paul Block and Ralph McDevitt with a nice dry fly eater... Photo: Grace McDevitt