Gallatin River Fishing Report, November, 2015

Gallatin River still a good option

Saturday, November 21, 2015
238 CFS @ Gallatin Gateway - While we have had some cold mornings lately, the Gallatin River remains a great spot for some afternoon winter fishing. You'll have to work for them a bit with the cooler water, but a small stonefly or midge pattern fished in the deeper runs will catch a few fish. The valley has certainly been more productive than the Canyon and afternoons have been best.

A Few Fishing Reports from The Gallatin River

Saturday, November 7, 2015
327 CFS @ Gallatin Gateway - We've been getting a few reports back from the Gallatin River, and they're sounding more like February reports rather than November. With the frosty mornings, you don't need to get out at sunrise anymore. Mid-day action has been best. Nymphing seems to be the way to go, with a smaller Stonefly and various Baetis nymphs leading the way.

Gallatin River Fishing Well, Baetis in the Valley

Tuesday, November 3, 2015
808 CFS @ Logan - The Gallatin River is a great local option, as the cooler water temperatures and clouds have made the fish happy. The snow is falling today, and that means it's time to break out the small dry fly box. This type of weather can make for some outstanding dry fly fishing. If dry flies aren't your thing, try nymphing the deep runs or stripping streamers.