Recent Fishing

Fishing has been great in the Bozeman area this summer, and my dad recently came to town to enjoy some of the action!  We were able to make it out to the Gallatin and the Madison, and had a couple great days of walk-wading on both.  We were still able to find some caddis and PMD's on the water throughout the day, and there were a few golden stoneflies crawling around the banks in the morning.  

Bozeman Area Fishing Report 20 July 2014

Yellowstone River – 7,940 cfs

The Yellowstone has really been fishing well lately.  Flows are dropping down to a more manageable level, and are down under 8,000 for the first time since runoff began today.  One of our shop guys was over there a couple days ago and said it was the best day of dry fly fishing he has ever had on this river. 

Summer Fishing #guideslife

Been having some great days on the water lately and really enjoying sharing days with happy anglers.  Had a great day on the Gallatin yesterday with husband and wife fishing team Kelly and Mike.  We found lots of good trout feeding on PMDs and nymphs and the crowning moment of the day was a double hookup on a nice brown and a rainbow.  

The water is clear and the fishing is great get out now and enjoy the Summer in Montana!


Bozeman Area Fishing Report 7 July 2014

Yellowstone River:  10,400 cfs

Advanced Casting Class with Bruce Richards Coming Up Soon!

Have you been frustrated with your cast, or just want to improve yourself and your cast?  Instead of struggling with YouTube videos and hard to understand instructional books, why not take our Advanced Casting Class, taught by legendary casting instructor Bruce Richards. 

Some New Structure For the Clark Fork

You never know what kind of structure you might find in the river these days… A train derailed Thursday night near Superior, MT.  In all 19 cars were derailed, including three that were carrying 737 parts.  Several fuselages ended up in the river itself. 


Fishing Report 3 July 2014

Yellowstone River: 11,200 cfs

The ‘Stone is starting to clear up a bit, but it is still pretty darn high.  Clarity is 6-12 inches, and flows have been steady around 11,000 for a few days.  Wading could be dangerous with these flows so be very careful if you decide to fish it.

Guide's Day Off

What do Montana fishing guides do when they get a day off?  Head to the Henry’s Fork for a much needed day of relaxation and dry fly fishing. 

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Fishing Report 27 July 2014

Yellowstone River: 13,900 cfs


Flows have bumped up again.  Not worth your time. 

Gallatin River: 3,040 cfs


Fishing Report 25 June 2014

Yellowstone River: 11,800 cfs


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