The Yellowstone is primed and ready. CFS at Carter’s bridge has dropped to 9,960 while CFS at Corwin Springs is currently 9,870. It doesn’t looks like we have any rain on the way in the near forecast, so the river should be dropping steadily this week. If you can get out there and enjoy the river, week/weekend would be a great time to do it. There is a plethora of bugs out there right now including salmonflies, goldenstones, sallies, caddies, and green drakes. The nymph fishing has been silly, the dry fly has been spotty but good in certain areas. The streamer bite has been better up higher, as the heavier hydraulics in town and down low haven’t settled down yet. Look for these sections to be more productive once the river hits 8,000 CFS at Carter’s bridge. Give us a call to book a trip! 406-222-7130.