Yellowstone River Fishing Report, June, 2017
Tuesday, June 20, 2017
15200 CFS@Corwin-The Yellowstone River is dropping at this time but it is still too high and dirty. There is still quite a bit of snow in the high country that hasn't melted, we don't expect the Yellowstone to be fishable for another couple of weeks. The good news is that our late summer fishing should be great with the extra water this year.
Saturday, June 10, 2017
18600 CFS @ Corwin - The Yellowstone has been hovering around the 20k mark for the past week or so but looks to be slowly heading down which is good news. The river is still very high, dirty, cold and dangerous so we recommend you stay off of until it becomes more manageable. We're taking bets on when it will settle down so we can catch some fish.
Gummy Minnow #4/0
Carter's Bridge Special #2
Paradise Valley Midge #22
Emmigrant Emerger #10
Gardiner Gagger #2/0
Sunday, June 4, 2017
27500 CFS @ Livingston - The Yellowstone is muddy and still on the climb. Best to stay off the river for a couple weeks. But if you're in the Livingston area for a couple days and need a fishing fix check out one of the Spring Creeks.