Lower Madison River Fishing Report, March, 2017

Lower Fishing Great

Tuesday, March 21, 2017
1490CFS@Ennis-The Lower Madison has been fishing great the past few days, the only real negative factor has been the wind over there on these warmer days. The crayfish bite has been heating up and should only get better. Nymphing continues to produce the most fish as surface activity has been limited, swinging streamers is also a productive method.

Lower Madison Heating Up

Friday, March 10, 2017
1670CFS@Ennis-The Lower Madison continues to fish great and should only get better as warmer temps are on the way. If you are looking for the most consistent action the Lower is a great choice. Most of the fish have been caught nymphing, there has not been a lot of surface activity lately. Streamer fishing is also picking up especially on the swing

Lower Madison Heating Up

Friday, March 3, 2017
1430 CFS @ Below Ennis Lake - The Lower Madison has been fishing very well and with warmer weather coming next week it should pick up even more. Nymphing with the tailwater favorites of scuds, sowbug, and crawfish have been producing most of the fish with a few egg eaters as well. Midges and Baetis will be your dry fly focus in the warm afternoons.
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