• 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
  • Sunday, June 22, 2014

    Catch Up

    FISHING IS GREAT
    Catching Is Too
    off to the finny friends
    WALLPAPER: PINK THORAX FEATHER DUSTER
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    .. We've been captivated by the catching opportunities in Yellowstone National Park. We've spent too much time there and ignored the rest of the world. It's been that good.
    Raffia-backed Hare's Ear Nymph
    .. FIREHOLE RIVER: PMD's for the whole river. Some, (surprise to us,) Green Drakes, (big 'uns & little 'uns too.) White miller, and many other sorts of caddis are evening players as well. Watch the clouds and walk a little - perfect catching weather is gracing us.
    .. MADISON RIVER: Big And Ugly nymphs are still working for the subsurface fishers. Caddis and BWO's are beginning to appear in numbers too.
    .. GIBBON RIVER: The quick and pocket water of the canyon section is producing to large dry flies, (10 and 12 Royal Wulff flies are a good bet,) standard nymphs are catching fish too = Prince and Hare's ears. Spot and stalk gentility will gather up solitary surface feeders in the big meadows, (something small and floating = 16 Adams is O.K.)
    .. More soon.
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    WALLPAPER (Loaf #16): SOURDOUGH WHEAT BOULE