Yellowstone River Fishing Report, May, 2015

Yellowstone River Has a Window Of Opportunity

Friday, May 22, 2015
7,320 CFS @ Corwin - If you're looking to do something out of the norm, there is a small window of fishable water on the Yellowstone River today. The river has been dropping for the past few days, and there is increased visibility around Livingston. There appears to be some more mud coming down from Corwin today, but it will be all day before that reaches the lower Valley.

Yellowstone River Dropping, Fishable

Saturday, May 9, 2015
6,090 CFS @ Corwin - The Yellowstone River, like the Gallatin, has seen a bit of a drop in flows over the past few days. With the cooler weather, freezing temperatures in the mountains have slowed down runoff for now. The river is still a bit dirty, but has increasing visibility. The nymph and streamer bite should be very productive with the overcast weather forecasted.

Yellowstone River Blown Out For Now

Tuesday, May 5, 2015
8,320 CFS @ Livingston - The Yellowstone River has been rising pretty hard for the past couple of days. If things start to freeze at night up high, we could see levels drop and the water clear up again, but we'll just have to wait and see. For now, keep watching the weather and the Streamflow Graphs, or give us a call if you're thinking of heading out.