Gallatin River Fishing Report, January, 2015

Gallatin River Clear of Ice, Fishing Well for January

Monday, January 26, 2015
332 CFS ➡️ It's not too often we get to experience 50+℉ weather in January. So when we do, you gotta take advantage of it. The Gallatin River is, for the most part, ice free and has been fishing quite well. Deep nymphing will get you into the most fish, with Stoneflies, Worms, Midges, and small Czech style nymphs leading the way. Look for midges on the cloudy days.

Gallatin River Fishing Well In January

Saturday, January 17, 2015
322 CFS ➡️ The Gallatin River is a bit hit or miss come January. With the warmer temperatures we've been having, it has started to pick up and fish well again. Focus your efforts in the valley, or make the drive to South of Big Sky. Typically the canyon doesn't fish quite as well as those stretches. Nymphs will be your friend, and when the cloud roll in, try the streamer.

Gallatin River Fishing Well with Warmer Weather

Wednesday, January 7, 2015
361 CFS ➡️ Fishing on the Gallatin River has depended greatly on the weather. With a couple warmer days, look for the Gallatin to be clearing from ice, and fishing will pick up again. Nymphing will be the way to go, with Stoneflies, Midges, Worms, and Caddis leading the way. The East Gallatin is also a good option this time of year if the West Fork is too icy.