Check current streamflow conditions for:
Montana or Idaho
Definitely Fall fishing weather-wise highs in the 40s and 50s, lows in the teens. Fishing has been very good despite
not being able to fish the Park waters. Hopefully this will get resolved and re-opened before the season ends.
This is the last report for the season - time to chase ringnecks with the new pup.
If you need info on fishing conditions call us at 800-854-9559.
Flows at Hebgen 740 cfs, 809 at Kirby and 929 at Varney - BWOs on overcast days, smaller rubberlegs with
BH baetis nyphs and streamers.
Coffee/blk Rubber legs, Girdle Bugss 10-12, BWO Thread Nymph, S & M, Military May, BWO Tilted Dun,
Para Quill BWO 16-20, Copper Zonker,
woolhead sculpin, Witch Doctor, Cheechs Fall Leech, Galloups Bottoms Up.
The Gallatin still has some color below Taylor Fork from last weeks rain and snow but streamer fishing has been excellant
below Big Sky in the canyon.
Eggsucking Leech, Copper Zonker, Olive Zonker, Black Wooly Bugger
Hebgen - Done except for targeting the mouths of the rivers.
Silvey Sculpin, Morrish Sculpin, Olive Zonker 2-6,Copper Zonker 2-6.
Quake Lake - fish the same as Hebgen
Henry's Lake – the lake is down - but fishing has picked up for Brookies - Leeches and Crystal Buggers
Yellowstone Park Is CLOSED
The Box flow is 299 cfs not fit for boat traffic but stll fishing.
Steamers, Rubberlegs and zebra midges.
On the Ranch - BWO CDC Floating Nymph, Biot Body Para BWO 18-20, BWO Thread Nymph, Hogans S&M 18, BH Baetis Nymph 20
Warm River to Ashton - streamers!
WE'VE GOT THE SAGE "ONE" IN STOCK IN 4 WT, 5 WT, 6 WT and the new dry fly Sage Circa in 3 WT, 4 Wt and 5 WT
Look for some great sales coming later this Fall -- On-Line Shopping at www.budlillys.com.
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