5.16 Almost 10 Grand, the Yellowstone is blown. Our guess is we’ll have decent streamer clarity (10,000 CFS) around mid to late July with “green is good” right behind it (8,000 CFS). For those of you who might be out of state and don’t know, “green is good” is one of the best times to catch a big brown on the Stone. Directly after runoff when the water is staring to green up, the fish turn on their receptors and much fat articulated streamers like corn oas in Cabo. The nymphing can also be very productive with big rubberlegs and size 8 standard beadheads.