Fishing Just Getting Better and Better!

The Stillwater continues to fish well, with trout regularly eating hopper patterns now. The dropper nymph is still working all day long, as well.

The Yellowstone has been fishing great on deep nymphs, with fish beginning to look for the hopper.

Rock Creek and it’s tributaries continue to fish well on deep nymphs with good action on small dry flies such as a PMD parachute or elk hair caddis.

Ann comes through on the Stillwater, as usual.

Ann comes through on the Stillwater, as usual.

Dan caught this brown on the hopper.

Dan caught this brown on the hopper.

Beauty in the burn area, West Fork Rock Creek.

Beauty in the burn area, West Fork Rock Creek.

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