Monthly Archives: October 2014

Fall on the Yellowstone River

The 'Stone is on fire, both color and fishing!

The ‘Stone is on fire, both color and fishing!

We are having one of the most beautiful fall color seasons I can remember. It’s rare that we get an extended color season with nice weather to boot. And the fishing is AWESOME! The fish are bulking up in anticipation of winter. Both drys and nymphs are getting eaten most of the day. Big mayfly patterns are producing big fish and a #18 – #14 nymph dropped about 30 inches off will double your action. Fish are nosed up in the riffles to get first dibbs on any food coming their way. Don’t miss this. It may be a long time until we get another combo of great fall colors and great fall fishing!

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