Yellowstone National Park

Tuesday, July 18, 2017


Lamar Valley  

Lamar River- The Lamar River is just getting fishable.  The run off has kept is high and muddy.  Soda Butte Creek-Same as the Lamar River.  Watch our for thunder storms in this area as they cause flash floods and muddy water. 

Attractors, bead head nymphs and woolly buggers

Slough Creek-Looking great and fishing great! PMD's, drakes, ants and beetles are a favorite. midges can work all season if they get tough and General beadheads from 12 through 22 can fool'em.


Trout LaWeather Underground PWS MTFAW4


North Entrance/Mammoth

Yellowstone River- Fishable but be very careful working around it.

Gardner River- Up and cold, not a strong option, navigating it will be limited, probably give it a bit.

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 West Entrance/Madison Junction 

Madison River-

Firehole River- White Millers, some PMD's and there are Salmonflies reported in the canyon stretch. Always a great place to swing soft hackled patterns.

Gibbon River- Muddy up high, it is fishable and a good opportunity to throw streamers in the meadow stretch, attractor patterns and dry-dropper rigs will do well at the falls.

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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.