Montana Fishing Report

Wednesday, October 1, 2014
707 CFS ➡️ The Gallatin River still has limited visibility with the rain storms we've been seeing the past few days. The river above Taylor's Fork is still clear, and has been fishing very well. The section of river running through Yellowstone National Park is a great option right now. On the cloudy days, look for a great Baetis hatch, as well as good nymphing and streamer fishing.
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
1,940 CFS ⬆️ [55.0℉] The Lower Madison River has had varying conditions the past couple of days. They have been pulsing the flows out of the dam, which certainly doesn't help the fishing. With all of the wind, Ennis Lake has been stirred up a bit, making for poor visibility in the river. For the next day or two, it may be worth driving the extra 20 miles to the Upper Madison River.
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
1,010 CFS ➡️ The Upper Madison River continues to be one of the best fishing options around. The cloudy weather has brought excellent Baetis hatches, as well as great nymphing and chances to catch some bigger Brown Trout on streamers. The entire river seems to be fishing well right now, however we've heard the best reports from the Ennis stretch and the $3 Bridge area.
Monday, September 29, 2014
2,280 CFS ➡️ With all the rain we received over the weekend there was a big mud plug that moved through the Yellowstone River. Judging by the Pine Creek Webcam the river appears to be fairly off color still in the Valley. If you're wanting to get out today, we would recommend going up high or way low for the best water conditions.
Monday, September 29, 2014
4,610 CFS ➡️ [58.8℉] Fishing on the Missouri River continues to improve as we finish September and move into October. We should see more and more BWO and Midge hatches in the next few weeks. October Caddis should start to show themselves as well. If the hatch doesn't happen, nymphing and streamer fishing will get it done as well.
Monday, September 29, 2014
Local Spring Creeks continue to fish well, and will keep improving as we move into October. Many of the creeks are moving towards reduced Fall Rates now, and many will drop again in October. Dry fly guys have been getting some opportunities, depending on the day. However, BWOs and Midges are the main hatches right now. Nymph fishing produces good numbers as well.
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