Yellowstone River Fishing Report, November, 2015

Icy waters on the Yellowstone River

Friday, November 27, 2015
1050 CFS @ Corwin - Recent below zero temps have made the Yellowstone a bit icy at the moment. There is still some fishing to be had for the die hards, but we would certainly wait until warmer afternoons to get on the water. The fish are definitely podded up at the moment and with the cold water, you'll have to hit them on the head to get them to eat.

Yellowstone River Continues Fishing Well

Tuesday, November 24, 2015
1,400 CFS @ Livingston - The Yellowstone River gets pretty quiet this time of year. Not a lot of people. Does that mean that it doesn't fish well at times? Certainly not. It is just a bit more weather dependent than other area rivers. If you can find a day when the wind isn't blowing too hard, going over and nymphing some of the deeper slower runs can be quite productive.

Yellowstone River Fishing Ok in November

Saturday, November 7, 2015
1,720 CFS [37.4℉] @ Livingston - We haven't heard too many reports coming from the Yellowstone over the past few days. From the sounds of it, the few people who have been fishing over there have seen mixed results. If you can get some cloud cover, it could be worth the trip to strip some big streamers or nymph, but otherwise, there are other rivers that have been fishing better.

Yellowstone a Bit Hit Or Miss

Tuesday, November 3, 2015
1,930 CFS [41.9℉] @ Livingston - The Yellowstone is running low and clear, and fishing has been a bit hit or miss recently. With the stormfront moving in, the fishing should improve. If you're looking to strip big streamers and with the idea of hooking the fish of your dreams, the Yellowstone is a good place for you, but if you're looking for numbers, there may be better options.