Fished and guided the on the Lower Madison the last two days and found some pretty awesome fishing. Yesterday afternoon i was pleasantly surprised by millions of fluttering caddis. There was a window of dry fly activity for about 45 minutes and during that period the fish were as hungry and stupid as they come. It didn't seem to matter what caddis pattern i threw or how i threw it if it was on the water a fish went after it. Just so cool to see so much insect life in the air and trout gorging themselves.
Today we had a big group trip with an entire family from the youn college grad to Grandma and Grampa. Everybody fished the entire time and i'm pretty sure that grandma had the fish of the day with a big fat rainbow on a caddis pupa. Not as much dry fly action but i think it gets going a bit later in the evening, still a few baetis and caddis adults with some splashy risers. Thanks for the great day guys.