The Gallatin River is flowing at 468 cfs at Gallatin Gateway
Caddis flies are out in good numbers, especially the evening. Tossing darker colored caddis patterns above a pheasant tail or frenchie behind large rocks and in eddies will fare well. Double nymph rigs, tied with a big stone up-top trailed by caddis or attractor nymphs will also fish well in deeper faster moving sections of the river.
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