Yellowstone Report 7/2/2015

The “Big Bugs” have moved up stream and are most likely at Tower. So…. If you are searching for Salmonflies, go to Tower. If you like floating The River, casting to fishy water,and enjoying a cold beverage then tie on … Continued

6/24/2015- Deans the MACHINES

The fishing on the Yellowstone River has been off the charts recently. “The Deans” (Junior and Senior) fished their brains out the other day. Senior out fished Junior, but old dudes do normally catch more fish… The Salmonflies are out, … Continued

6/23/2015 Salmon Flies are here!!

Get out and hit the upper Yellowstone right now!! The Salmon Flies are hatching and this is by far the best time of year to be floating.  Get out and throw some big salmon patterns or even better, a salmon … Continued

6/10/15 Lower Gardiner with a Chubby!!

Last night a few of us took our expert raft guide out to catch some fish on the lower Gardner right here at the north entrance of Yellowstone.  The winning rig this past week has been the Chubby Chernobyl with … Continued

Gardner River fishing WELL!

We check the river flows every morning down here in Gardiner, MT. If you enjoy fishing, then you should get into this habit, as well (NSGS website). The river flows give anglers crucial information about how the rivers will fish. … Continued

Is Run Off Over, Yet?

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 … Continued

Fishing Report 05/31/15

Down in Gardiner, MT, the Yellowstone isn’t looking great for anglers as runoff continues to muddy up the river. For better fishing on the Yellowstone, seek out water above some of the bigger tributaries. The Lamar and Soda Butte Rivers … Continued