Fall fishing on the Spring creeks can be very good from here on out. Mayfly imitations -spinner and duns - blue wing olive patterns, and caddis are producing fish. Nymphs, such as PT's and sow bugs, are also an effective bug to fish these slow moving spring fed fisheries.
Ants have been fishing well.
Dries PMD Sparkle Dun, PMD CDC sparkle Dun, PMD CDC Parachute, Pheasant Tial Nymph Pheasant Tail Flashback,
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
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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.