Gallatin River Fishing Report, February, 2017

Gallatin Icing Out

Friday, February 17, 2017
350 CFS @ Gateway - Fishing on the Gallatin has been extremely productive for most during this warm weather spell. Stoneflies and worms as a lead fly followed behind with a midge pupa or small lightning bug has been doing well for most anglers from Big Sky down here to the valley. A few fish have been found feeding on midges the past day or so.

Warm weather has the Gallatin River looking good

Thursday, February 9, 2017
295 CFS @ Gateway - The warmer weather is causing some of the shelf ice to break free on the Gallatin River and putting a little color in it as well. Fishing has been great lately and with the warm weekend forecast, should only get better. Nymphing has been best but you may see a few fish on the surface eating midges.

Gallatin River Fishing Report

Thursday, February 2, 2017
Iced Flow@Gateway- We are continuing to see improved fishing conditions on the Gallatin. Currently, the canyon looks to be the best place to find open water and feeding fish. Fishing a double nymph rig in the slower, deeper runs continues to be the best option. Dead drifting a weighted streamer through runs can also be a viable option.
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