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Lower DePuy’s view from 10/6

With more people hunting and less pressure, the Yellowstone and Paradise Valley Spring Creeks have been fishing well. We have heard several reports of good pseudocloeon (tiny blue winged olives) and Fall baetis on both the Spring Creeks and the river. The cloudy, less windy days have been best but even on a bright day be sure to string up a dry fly rod and bring it along. Dead drifting a streamer with baetis nymph has also been working well. Anglers are just starting to have decent success stripping streamers as well. The fishing in YNP is starting to heat up on the west side, which is making more elbow room for Anglers fishing the NE corner of the Park. Give us a call for the latest report or to book a trip! 1-406-222-7130.

Jeff Carder, (aka the Predator 2) with a nice YNP brown. Photo: Mike Warnick

The browns are starting to show some nice colors…