Yellowstone National Park

Saturday, July 21, 2018

Most park waters are fishable now!

 

 

North Entrance/Mammoth

 The Salmonflies have moved up and out and the fish are more tuned-in on Caddis patterns and large attractors. A good number of fish are feeding on these bugs - a PT, frenchie, or hares ear dropper will also fare well. Dark streamer patterns and hoppers like the Mystery Meat, size 4-8, trailed by a stonefly nymph will get you into a good number of fish.

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 West Entrance/Madison Junction 

 The Firehole, Gibbon and Madison are all fishing great but are seeing a ton of pressure. Your best bets are to get off the beaten path and pack your bear spray. Woolly buggers are a good streamer option. Green nymphs coupled with a Hare's Ear or Rubberlegs should get into some fish. BWO, Beetles, Adam's, and Caddis patterns are a solid dry fly option and have yielded some nice browns.

 

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 Yellowstone, Lewis & Shoshone Lakes
 
 
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You can check out the parks Fishing Home page for dates, licensing and fishing related info HERE.

These links will provide flow chart info for the Lamar River, Soda Butte Creek, Firehole River, Gardner River, Gibbon River and Madison River.