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Boulder River 8-11-19

The Boulder is fishing well.  Flows have come down making the wading much easier.  Fish attractor patterns, hoppers and other terrestrial patterns for good results.  Grey and green drakes are hatching as are caddis flies small stoneflies like the yellow sally stone.  Reports of Spruce flies are also coming into […]

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Yellowstone River 8-11-19

The Yellowstone is fishing well.  The grasshoppers are out in numbers and the fish are taking notice.  Fish a hopper or a hopper dropper combination, we’ve been fishing a variety of beadhead nymphs as droppers.  Look for the best feeding on the seams of faster currents and below riffles and […]

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Yellowstone River 8-5-19

The Yellowstone is fishing well most days.  The fish have been feeding on Golden Stone flies in both adult and nymph stages.  Smaller Yellow Sally stone flies, caddis flies,  Trico and Rusty Spinners are also bringing fish to the surface.  The hoppers are starting to really show up on the […]

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Boulder River 8-5-19

The Boulder is fishing well.  The water flow is close to just right for the wade fisherman but low for the floater.  There are still remnants of the Golden Stone hatch as well as PMD’s, Drakes (Grey, Brown or Green) depending on which section of the river one is on […]

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Yellowstone River 7/28/19

The Yellowstone flows continue to decrease, exposing gravel bars and new wade spots daily.  Good fish are being caught on dry dropper rigs, nymph rigs and streamers.  Golden Stones and Caddis flies are hatching as well as a few Grey Drakes, Yellow Sallys and PMD’s.  Try large streamers against the […]

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Boulder River 7/29/19

Boulder River   7-28-19 The Boulder Flows are coming down nicely.  Floating has become much more difficult, but the fishing is good.  Golden Stoneflies, Yellow Sallys and Pale Morning Duns continue to hatch as well as small Caddis flies and a few Gray Drakes.  We’ve been fishing larger dries with droppers […]

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Boulder River 7-20-19

The flows on the Boulder are approaching the optimum level.  Fish are primarily eating Pale Morning Duns and Yellow Sallies and Golden Stones.  Our best morning action has been on large Golden Stone dries with smaller droppers imitating PMD nymphs.  PMD hatches in the afternoon have been good and as […]

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Yellowstone River 7-20-19

The Yellowstone is fishing well.  Golden Stones, Yellow Sallies, Grey Drakes and Caddis flies are all hatching.  Dry dropper and nymph rigs have been effective and some nice big browns are being caught on streamers.  Fish rusty spinners in the morning and tan caddis in the evenings for the best […]

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Yellowstone River 7-7-2019

The Yellowstone has marginal clarity, but is beginning to drop nicely.  As the river drops and the clarity increases, fish Golden Stone drys with smaller Stonefly nymphs, like a Prince Nymph.  Caddis, Golden Stones, Yellow Sallys, and a few PMD’s are hatching.  Look for lower flows for better dry/dropper fishing.  […]

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Boulder River 7-7-2019

The flows are still high, yet coming down ever so slowly.  Wade fishing is still difficult as the holding water is pretty scarce, yet the bugs are showing up.  Yellow Sallys, Golden Stones, Caddis and PMD’s are all hatching.  As the flows decrease the fishing is picking up.  Fish big […]

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