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Latest Fishing Reports: Yellowstone River

2 The Yellowstone River is down to a manageable level for experienced rowers. The clarity continues to get better as the river drops. Fishing a large, dark stonefly nymph with a Pheasant Tail or Lightning Bug behind it has been producing best. Streamer fishing has also been quite productive with sculpin imitations. Darker colors have been working better. Be prepared to lose some flies. The fish are gunna be right on the banks, which are still...

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1 The Yellowstone River is close to being safe and fishable. Hopefully it will shape up within the next week or so. The water is still cold, and we haven't heard of any big bug sightings. However the trout, and whitefish, should be eating stonefly nymphs. Nymphing a large Pat's Rubberlegs and a Pheasant Tail should get it done. We've had some decent streamer fishing reports. Switch between a dull, natural fly and something flashy until...

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1 The Yellowstone River is once again on the rise with the recent heat and flowing at around 15,000 cfs. There is rain in the forecast, which could raise the river levels and add color to it. If you do find yourself out there in nice conditions, the streamer bite should be good. Flashy yellow streamers tend to work well over there in off-color water, but switch up your color until you find something that works....

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1 The Yellowstone River is dropping and now down to 13,000 cfs. There is rain in the forecast, which could raise the river levels and add color to it. If you do find yourself out there in nice conditions, the streamer bite should be good. Flashy yellow streamers tend to work well over there in off-color water, but switch up your color until you find something that works. There's not much for dry-fly fishing right now,...

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1 The Yellowstone River is once again on the rise with the recent heat and flowing at around 15,000 cfs. There is rain in the forecast, which could raise the river levels and add color to it. If you do find yourself out there in nice conditions, the streamer bite should be good. Flashy yellow streamers tend to work well over there in off-color water, but switch up your color until you find something that works....

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1 The Yellowstone River is coming down quickly. It is now flowing at just over 13,000 cfs in town. If it continues to drop it may fish next week. The spring creeks south of Livingston and local lakes are good options. Fins & Feathers is a full-service Bozeman fly shop and Montana fly fishing outfitter. Yellowstone River fly fishing trips are available year-round with our Bozeman fly fishing guides. For Yellowstone River...

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