Gallatin River Fishing Report, September, 2020

September Gallatin River Fishing Report

Friday, September 18, 2020
428 CFS @ Gallatin Gateway- The Gallatin has been a solid option as of late with most of the fish being caught on nymphs. Rubber legs trailed by a pheasant tail or copper john would be a good start. If you do decide to dry fly fish, small mayfly imitations have been the best choice. Fish will still eat the hopper lower in the valley.

Mid September Gallatin River Fishing Report

Friday, September 11, 2020
475 CFS @ Gateway- The Gallatin River has still been a solid option for walk wading. The water temperatures have cooled down nicely with the last cold front a few days ago. Look for the fish to be eating Hoppers, Chubbies, Beatles and other attractor flies. The nymphing has also been a great option throughout the day if the fish aren't looking up.

First of September Gallatin River Fishing Report

Friday, September 4, 2020
428 CFS @ Gateway - The Gallatin River is fishing well and a great option this time of year. Chubbies, ants and beetles have been working for dry flies with a lightning bug for a dropper. Once it gets later in the day and towards dusk keep an eye out for some caddis dry fly action. Hoot owl restrictions have been lifted

The Gallatin River fishing report

Tuesday, September 1, 2020
475 CFS @ Gateway - The Gallatin River is fishing well and a great option this time of year for the walk/wade angler. Chubbies, ants and beetles have been working for dry flies with a lightning bug for a dropper. Once it gets later in the day and towards dusk keep an eye out for some caddis dry fly action. Hoot owl restrictions have been lifted.
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