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Anthony and Kyle Power, doubled up! Photo: John Bond

The Yellowstone has been fishing well.  Certain days have been better than others, but overall the dry fly action has been solid.  Most boats are still throwing salmonflies up high, with a fair amount of goldenstones, sallies, and caddis on the water as well.   As the river continues to drop the streamer bite is also worth a try, especially if you’d rather not nymph and the dry fly bite slows down.  Salmonflies are also fishing well inside Yellowstone National Park if you feel like a “hike and strike” now is a great time to get out there and enjoy our first national park!

Steve Flood with a nice salmonfly eater. Photo: Hank Bechard
John and Richard with a nice fish from today (7/11)
"The Fever," its a sickness for sure! Photo: Hank Bechard
Stonefly shucks in the Park...