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  • Visit: Moldy Chum
  • Visit: The Horse's Mouth
  • Visit: Chi Wulff
  • Visit: Parks' Fly Shop
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  • Thursday, June 29, 2006

    GONE FISHING IN YELLOWSTONE

    ENJOY YOUR FIVE DAY WEEKEND







    4th Of July Prognosis

    -- Area Fishing Report
    From The Montana Standard:
    HERE!
    -- Good advice
    for the weekend:

    HERE!

    -- Brief first hand prognosis
    Madison River
    Barn's to 7-mile: spotty morning PMD's, good evening Caddis,
    9-mile hole area: good early spinners, excellent nymphs, excellent PM Caddis,
    9-mile to National Park Meadow: good streamers in AM, excellent PM Caddis.
    Anywhere: Watch for Gray Drakes in the morning.
    Use Yellowstone Morning Glory.
    Firehole River
    Good nymphs in canyon and riffles AM & PM,
    Freight Road: AM dry's if overcast, PM caddis and Yellowstone Duster,
    Meadows: AM spinners, PM caddis,
    Bisquit: undercut banks all day, spinners and duns if overcast.
    Iron Spring - Little Firehole
    Stonefly nymphs all day, AM PMD's, PM Caddis.
    Nez Perce Creek
    Picnic Area: AM nymphs, Excellent PM Caddis,
    Meadows: AM spotty PMD's, PM excellent Caddis.
    Gibbon
    National Park Meadow to Tuff Cliffs: On knees for big fish,
    Riffle-Run: Stonefly nymphs in AM, some Baetis/Caddis PM,
    Canyon: Humpies all day, sight fish to risers PM,
    Gibbon Meadow: Knees to risers, PM Caddis,
    Elk Meadows: Bison, Elk, Visitors,
    Norris Campground: AM attractors, PM big nymphs.
    Gallatin River
    AM attractor dry's, Mid day streamers in shadows, PM nymphs and caddis,
    Yellow Sally for now, The Big'uns are at the boundry.

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  • -- Neighbor's Prognosis:
    Slough Creek
    AM dry attractors, PM Match the hatch.
    Lamar River
    Stonefly nymphs, streamers, muddy.
    Soda Butte Creek
    AM Humpies & Wulff's, PM nymphs & match the hatrch, (caddis?),
    Cutthroat Trout Love size 14 Royal Humpy's
    almost as much as floating size 16 Hare's Ears.
    Yellowstone Lake
    Streamers & large nymphs near shore,
    4# lead from a boat, Thumb for Lakers.
    Heart Lake
    Streamers on windward shores,
    Floating nymphs in evening.
    Greebe Lake
    Parachute or emerger types for Grayling pods,
    Small streamers in evening.
    Hebgan Lake
    AM try parachutes near Madison Arm Resort
    AM streamers in the shallows near Rainbow Point
    PM gulpers starting near South Fork estuary
    PM gulpers going wild near Happy Hour Bar
    PM streamers and scuds at the narrows and Spring Creek.