Monthly Archives: September 2013

Seize the Day

Big and brown, both the water and the fish!

Big and brown, both the water and the fish!

We have a window of a couple of days to fish before more rain comes. Even though the Stillwater is at record flow for this time of year, the steamer fishing is great! Think post run-off tactics, big yuk bugs, wooly buggers, etc. If you’re tired of watching Oprah, ignore the fishing pundits and just go do it!

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All Blown Out

The heavy rains have rendered all area streams unfishable. Rock Creek and the Clark’s Fork are dropping rapidly, so they may fish in a couple of days. The Stillwater and the Yellowstone are chocolaty delicious. Probably be that way for at least a couple of days or more. The weather man calls for more rain Wednesday. May have to go fish the lakes on the Beartooth Pass!

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Still Floating the Stillwater in September!

Don’t listen to the pundits! The Stillwater is still floatable (barely) and the fishing is great! There are PMD’s in the morning, good nymphing all day, and good streamer fishing in the late afternoon. The Yellowstone has cooled off some, going to fish it today. Stay tuned!IMG_0908

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