Cool, wet weather continues to dominate as we go into September. Water temperatures have remained in the prime trout feeding range for most of the summer and it looks like we will enjoy more of the same. The Yellowstone has fished well the past week, with a day or two of slower fishing. On days with consistent weather, the bite has been good. On days when the weather changes back and forth from cloudy to sunny, the bite turns off and on with the changes. The streamer bite is spotty at best, with the hopper/dropper continuing to be the most consistent producer. There are tricos around
along with yellow duns and some baetis. There are fish rising in the slicks most days.