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“Some of the very best fishing in and around Montana’s Paradise Valley happens in that protracted period stretching throughout late March, April and early May. Very few people travel to our neck of the woods…”

– Garry McCutcheon

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Yellowstone River Report July 15th, 2019 Yellowstone River Fishing Report July 15th, 2019 The Yellowstone River is still continuing to drop and the river is starting to fish well! The last week and half we have had lots of bug activity as the water continues to clear up. Although the Salmonflies have moved well into the Yellowstone...

Author: Montanaflyfishers.com
Posted: July 15, 2019, 12:00 am

Yellowstone National Park Fishing Report July 15th, 2019 Yellowstone National Park Fishing Report July 15th, 2019 With the Firehole and Madison Rivers temps too high, look to fish other rivers and streams in the park. Streams in the Lamar Valley are dropping into shape but shouldn't be prime for another week or so. Smaller streams will be in good...

Author: Montanaflyfishers.com
Posted: July 15, 2019, 12:00 am

Yellowstone River Fishing Report July 7th, 2019 The Yellowstone River is finally starting to heat up as we continue to see the river drop into great shape. Each day the river has dipped on the graph and we are gaining visibility with it! With flows currently at 8460cfs at Corwin Springs and 10400cfs near Livingston, MT the river is only getting...

Author: Montanaflyfishers.com
Posted: July 7, 2019, 12:00 am

Paradise Valley River Update 6.22.19 River Updates June 22nd, 2019Yellowstone River: 10,600cfs at Corwin Springs; 12,600 near Livingston, MT With the solid drop in temps this week, the Yellowstone River has also dropped a good amount of volume. We saw around a 4000cfs drop at Corwin Springs putting the river at 10,600cfs...

Author: Montanaflyfishers.com
Posted: June 22, 2019, 12:00 am