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Paul Fingersh with a nice hopper eater! Photo: Eric Paulson

The Yellowstone has gotten a little tougher but still fishing well.   As we enter further into August we will continue to see a shift from stoneflies to hoppers.  Other terrestrials such as ants, beetles, and crickets have also been working well.  All it takes is seeing one or two big browns come up off the bottom and suck down your hopper to commit to dry fly fishing the rest of the day!  Nymphing has still been effective however as has throwing streamers.  Give us a call to book a trip with some of Montana’s best guides and outfitters.  1-406-222-7130.

Doug Crowther with a big native Yellowstone Cutthroat! Photo: Sarah Crowther