Our rivers up here in the northern part of Yellowstone National Park are mostly still high and muddy, but they MAY be on the downward trend! The Yellowstone River reached just above 12,000 cfs yesterday, and it is at 9,200 cfs (that’s cubic feet per second). The sooner our rivers come down the sooner we will be fishing the Yellowstone, the Gardiner, the Lamar, and the Soda Butte! If you have any questions about the flows you can check the NSGS gauges online, or you can come on into the Flying Pig Fly Shop in Gardiner, MT. See you on the River!

 

Author- Brogan Ballard

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