The fishing on the Yellowstone River is pretty darn good right now. Many of our guides have been taking advantage of the mild weather and have been hitting the river. The rigs are pretty normal “winter rigs.” Dropped below an indicator, Pat’s rubber legs, wolly buggers, and zebra midges have been the most productive. The streamer game has also produced. All natural colors have enticed fish. Olive and black, medium-sized streamers have been getting the most eats. The water is still cold, so let the big bugs get down, first, then slowly strip them in. Spring fishing is almost here so get out there and toss a line!
Author: Brogan Ballard