• PARTNER: PROTECT YOUR WATERS
  • Go To: THE FLIES OF YELLOWSTONE
  • Go To: YELLOWSTONE FISHING WEATHER
  • Go To: YELLOWSTONE FLY FISHING MAPS
  • Visit: Moldy Chum
  • Visit: The Horse's Mouth
  • Visit: Chi Wulff
  • Visit: Parks' Fly Shop
  • Visit: Montana Cowgirl
  • Wednesday, September 09, 2009

    Low & Slow

    FISH THE OBVIOUS
    Catch The Fish
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    .. They are not big but they are feisty! The residents are waiting to dance with you. The cool, clear, low, and under fished waters of Grayling Creek are a wonderful destination right now.
    .. The Yellowstone National Park sections of this quaint little creek are running just a bit low and it's an easy read.
    .. The slicks are beautifully defined. The dark water is easy to find.
    .. There are still some hoppers, caddis, and scattered mayflies all day. The sun and shade hits the water differently by the hour. The trees and bluffs create shadows that invite probing. Get there now.
    .. Just about any attractor in size 8 - 16 will draw some action. Follow it with a nymph and the fish will find you. We like the "Royals" this time of year - Humpy, Coachman, Wulff.
    .. We're having a quick breakfast. Then up the road to visit the fins in that bit of water just north of the park line. There's a culvert pool we know of with at least one pretty girl in it.
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