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Luke Musselman with a nice brown from down low. Photo: Holden Russell

The Yellowstone has been fishing well the past couple of weeks. We apologize for the delayed report, things have been busy! Stonefly dries and rubberlegs have been the ticket in the morning (as well as any of the various tungsten bead “Euro” nymph droppers). In the afternoons the fish have been looking up for hoppers. Try fishing a larger (easier to see hopper) followed by a smaller hopper if you have had your fill on whitefish. Dead drifting streamers can also be productive in the morning, or even stripping streamers. Water temps have hung in there OK, although we have seen a couple days over 70 degrees. We have some much need reprieve due to the clouds and rain however. Bring your light rain coat if you are fishing this weekend, instead of throwing hoppers in the rain try the streamer. Yellowstone National Park has been fishing great. Green and grey drakes have been out but the ants and beetle bite has been hard to beat. Give us a call for the latest report or to book a trip! 1-406-222-7130.

Harry Huntley with a nice Slough Creek cutthroat. Photo: Justin Todd

Kim Hart with a colorful early morning brown. Photo: Guy Thomas

Joe Bibbo making it look easy – catching cutthroat is child’s play! Photo: Justin Todd

Sandy and Guy staying high and dry on the upper Yellowstone…

Chase Chapman with Mayo Seanez and Alexandra Rutz having some fun in YNP…

Tim McAfee with a visionary brown! Photo: Todd Barber

Guy and Josh Kasubick looking for the shady browns…