Gallatin River Fishing Report, October, 2014

Gallatin River Fishing Well

Monday, October 20, 2014
494 CFS ➡️ We've had a few good reports from the Gallatin River recently. Guys have been getting into a lot of good fish on the nymph rig. Stoneflies, small Baetis stuff, and worm patterns are getting the job done sub-surface right now. Dry fly fishing has been a bit hit or miss. If there is some cloud cover, you can get a nice BWO hatch, otherwise it could be slow.

Solid Reports from Gallatin River

Saturday, October 18, 2014
519 CFS ➡️ We've heard a few real solid reports coming from the Gallatin River recently. Nymphing seems to be the go-to method, with your standard Gallatin bugs, i.e. Stonefly nymphs, worm patterns, and smaller Baetis nymph, leading the way. On the overcast days, look for a good BWO hatch, as well as some aggressive Brown Trout willing to chase down your streamer.

Gallatin River Fishing Well

Wednesday, October 15, 2014
519 CFS ➡️ The Gallatin River continues to be a great local option. From the reports we've heard, there has been great opportunities no matter your fly fishing preference. Nymphing has been productive, with your standard Stonefly nymphs, Caddis, and BWO nymphs leading the way. On the cloudy days, there has been a really nice Blue Winged Olive hatch, and plenty of fish rising.

Gallatin River Fishing Well

Saturday, October 11, 2014
494 CFS ➡️ The Gallatin River continues to be a great local option. Wade fishing in the Canyon has been productive with nymphs, but when the clouds roll in we've seen some nice Baetis hatches too. October offers us great chances to catch fish on whatever method we prefer--bring the nymphs, mayflies, and streamers, as you'll be able to use them all.

Gallatin River Fishing Well

Monday, October 6, 2014
538 CFS ➡️ October on the Gallatin River is one of our favorite times of year. On the cloudy days, we've been seeing a really nice BWO hatch. In addition to solid dry fly fishing, reports have consisted of productive nymphing as well as streamer fishing. Stonefly nymphs and worm patterns are your friend this time of year and a small BH dropper will get the job done.

Gallatin River Muddy Today

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.