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Yellowstone River 5-6-2019

The Yellowstone near Big Timber has cleared significantly this weekend as the cooler weather and lack of low level snow has brought the muddy Shields River under control.  Look for fish eating March Brown mayflies that are hatching pretty well this week.  Look for a hatch of Blue Winged Olives […]

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Boulder River 5-6-2019

The cool weekend has brought the flow back down and has allowed the river to clear nicely.  We’ve begun to see rising fish.  March Browns are hatching in the afternoon, finally bringing fish to the surface, when the conditions are right.  Still looking for the BWO’s.  If they are not […]

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Boulder River 4/21/2019

The Boulder River has been fishing well.  Most fish are being caught on nymphs and streamers.  Golden Stone nymphs, small dark mayfly nymphs and aquatic annelids have been most productive.  We like a double bead Golden Stone (size 6 or 8), a bead head Pheasant Tail (size 16 or 18) […]

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Yellowstone River 4/21/2019

The spring season is upon us once again.  Winter has kept the Yellowstone near Big Timber in its grip as the low level snow melt in the Shields Valley has made the Yellowstone too muddy for productive fly fishing.  Hopefully the ongoing April showers and cool weather will slow the early […]

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Yellowstone River 5/28/18

The Yellowstone is at flood level.  High flows and muddy waters are making fly fishing virtually impossible.  The water is in the willows and cottonwoods and the flows are dangerous at this point, so use caution if you decide to fish.

Boulder River 5/28/2018

The lower river below the Natural Bridge is running high with runoff.  Flows are near or at flood stage making for extremely tough fishing conditions.  Nymph fishing with large Stone fly Nymphs and Worms may work, probably best to wait for the flows to decrease. The upper river above the Natural Bridge […]

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Yellowstone River 5-19-2018

The Yellowstone is running high and muddy.  We expect runoff to continue until the end of June or so, making fly fishing difficult at best.  The Yellowstone recently peaked at 20,000 cfs then dropped after the recent cool weather but is once again on the rise.  Near future flows over […]

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Boulder River 5-19-2018

Lower Boulder:  The lower Boulder, below the Natural Bridge, is running high with early runoff.  Expect high and off color flows with some clearing in the late afternoons and after a couple of cool days.  High temperatures bring the flows way up, so try to fish after cooler days and […]

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