.. Click on over to Drawing Flies 365 and check out the progress - we're holding our breath. The Sand Fly and the Pine Tree Parachute promise to become classics.
.. The Gallatin River is the easy place for all day fishing. So, too, is Soda Butte Creek; So, to, is the Lamar River. The fish are just beginning to get finicky, but there is still time between thunderstorms to catch a few. Take a single box of small attractor flies, leave the vest in the rig, and stroll around.
.. The riffle and run sections of the Gibbon River are in perfect condition. If you can ignore the traffic noise you'll find success with the same attractor patterns. Any place that there is dark water probably holds a fish. The catching here rewards the soft and slow stalker - no surprise in the thin water of the canyon.
.. PMD's. PMD's. PMD's. Where? Slough Creek. Fish first; breakfast later -- make it lunch. Tell some stories, then, back to the fray with a few ants, midges, and nymphs. Each day that goes by educates the fish a bit more, and given the pressure it's now or more difficult. . . .
"Creek Fishing for Yellowstone Trout."