Baetis and BWO have arrived on the spring creeks. Small dark dry flies have been doing the best and its a good idea to have a small nymph as a dropper. Zebra nymph and other small bead heads have found success. Also don't forget about the adams! If all else fails, a small elk hair caddis may bring some curious fish up.
Nymphs = Sawyer PT's in red, natural and red sizes #18-20, PT Flash Back #16-20, BWO Thread Nymph #18-20, Zebra Midge #18, Red BH Midge Larva #18-20, Spring Creek Scud #14-18, Cadis Pupa #14-18, FB Pheasant Tails #16-20
Emergers = Olive Surface Emerger #18-22, BWO Para Emerger #18-20, BWO Sparkle Emerger #18-20, Baetis Post Emerger #18-20, Everything Emerger #14-18
Dries =BWO CDC Parachute #16-18, BWO Sparkle Dun #18-20 BWO Biot Cripple #18-20, RB Midge #20-22, Griffiths Gnat #18-20, #12-16 Elk Hair Caddis
GIVE US A CALL AND GET BOOKED FOR SOME GUIDED FISHING AT
OR EMAIL US AT Mike@dan-bailey.com
TO GET BOOKED WITH A GUIDE AND IN ON THE ACTION
Armstrong's 406-222-2979 DePuy's 406-222-0221 Nelson's 406-222-6560
The map below is to assist you with the location of the Paradise Valley spring creeks in relation to each other and Livingston, MT.. For reasons specific to Google Maps, DePuy's is listed as "Spring Creek Specialists", Armstrong's is the O'Hair Ln marker and Nelson's is the marker on the east side of the Yellowstone River.