.. Despite the warm days, the cool nights are keeping some ice in place on the rivers and creeks.
.. The lakes are still responding to augers and maggots.
-> South Fork of the Madison = bank full and about to roar, estuary at Hebgan Lake is rapidly becoming ice free.
-> Yellowstone Creek = frozen solid.
-> Cabin Creek = frozen solid.
-> Beaver Creek = flowing and growing, solid surface ice above the beaver ponds.
-> Duck Creek = flowing slow, some surface ice still present at the park line.
-> Grayling Creek = most ice gone, flowing but low, willow bottoms show ice in some sections, estuary growing.
-> Cougar Creek = flowing slow, lots of surface ice.
-> Madison River between the lakes = a bit high, fishable, spawners beginning to appear, clouds of snow flies, little pressure so far.
-> Hebgan Lake = Still frozen but surface slush is appearing, large Rainbow Trout, Brown Trout, & Rocky Mountain Whitefish being gathered up on very small jigs, drowned caddis flies, and maggots.
-> Quake Lake = Inlet expanding, still frozen, some water flowing on surface of ice, discharge clear, big fish being taken at outlet.