Gallatin River Fishing Report, November, 2014

Gallatin Clearing Up A Bit

Saturday, November 22, 2014
333cfs ➡️ A lot of the ice cleared off of the Gallatin this week with the warmer weather, but there's still some shelf ice to watch out for. Fish have moved to deeper runs for the winter and nymphing will definitely be your best bet. Try a worm or stonefly nymph with a small bead dropped behind it for best results. That all being said, make sure you're careful out there with the shelf ice.

Gallatin River Has Ice Moving Down

Wednesday, November 12, 2014
258 CFS ➡️ The Gallatin River has iced up pretty good over the past two days, with temperatures down into the negatives. Things may warm up by the weekend, but for now, the river is for the most part un-fishable due to flow ice. Stay tuned though, we'll keep you updated.

Chilly Mornings on the Gallatin River

Tuesday, November 11, 2014
346 CFS ➡️ There is no denying it now....Winter is officially here in Montana. Judging from the forecast, it is supposed to be quite chilly for the next couple of days. That being said, the fish still have to eat, and with cold water temps, look for them to start podding up in the deeper, slower runs. If you find one, you'll likely find more. Nymphing is the name of the game.

Gallatin River Fishing Better with Cooler Weather

Monday, November 3, 2014
475 CFS ➡️ Gallatin River fishing has picked up quite a bit with the cooler weather. Nymphing has been solid, mainly with your standard Stonefly nymphs, small BWO nymphs, and some other various Attractors. When we get some cloudy weather the dry fly fishing has been decent, as long as the wind isn't too bad. Streamer fishing has been good to great, depending on the day.