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3 Nymphing has been the method of choice in the past week due to the warm weather and sunny days, but cooler and cloudier weather is in the forecast. On the cooler days break out the articulated streamers. White and black are good colors to start with but yellow and olive can also be extremely productive. Dungeons are some of my favorite patterns in olive and yellow. Mayflies have been popping occasionally so keep a lookout...

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3 Attractor dries such as Low Rider Stones or Para Wulff's will get fish here and there but overall the dry fly fishing has slowed down significantly. Some good droppers include lightning bugs, Perdigons, spanish bullets, and hares ears. These can be dropped further than one might think. I have been fishing my dropper with about 3 feet of tippet connecting it to my foamy dry fly. The nymphing has been good and picking up quite...

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3 The dry fly bite has slowed down quite a bit over the last few days. You may see a few fish rising and might be able to trick a few with hoppers but it is not nearly as good as it has been in weeks past. Peak time should be from 12-2 with hoppers beetles and ants. Attractor dries such as Low Rider Stones or Para Wulff's will get fish here and there. Some good...

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3 The dry fly bite has slowed down quite a bit over the last few days. You may see a few fish rising and might be able to trick a few with hoppers but it is not nearly as good as it has been in weeks past. Peak time should be from 12-2 with hoppers beetles and ants. Attractor dries such as Low Rider Stones or Para Wulff's will get fish here and there. Some good...

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4 The Yellowstone River fishing restrictions have been lifted. Anglers can now once again fish all day. Flows are still unseasonably low so check these good fishing handling/fighting tactics, Heat and Fish Handling. The dry fly bite has been pretty good through town with hoppers, but it can also be pretty non-existent. Peak time should be from 12-2 with hoppers beetles and ants. Some good droppers for your hoppers would be lightning bugs, Perdigons, spanish...

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4 The Yellowstone River fishing restrictions have been lifted. Anglers can now once again fish all day. Flows are still unseasonably low so check these good fishing handling/fighting tactics, Heat and Fish Handling. The dry fly fishing on the Stone has been okay as of last week. It has not been consistent but some days are really good with others being pretty slow. Hoppers and Chubbies, Ants and Beetles. Dry dropper with a Lightning bug,...

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4 The Yellowstone River fishing restrictions have been lifted. Anglers can now once again fish all day. Flows are still unseasonably low so check these good fishing handling/fighting tactics, Heat and Fish Handling. The dry fly fishing on the Stone has been great. Hoppers and Chubbies, Ants and Beetles. Dry dropper with a Lightning bug, Tung Dart, or Guide's Choice have been solid. Streamer fishing has been hit or miss but when it's good it's...

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4 The Yellowstone River fishing restrictions have been lifted. Anglers can now once again fish all day. Flows are still unseasonably low so check these good fishing handling/fighting tactics, Heat and Fish Handling. The hopper bite has been strong and will continue into the first part of September. The afternoons have certainly produced the most fish on the surface. Fish are still mostly in and around the faster more oxygenated water. Juicy Hoppers, Morrish, Thunder...

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