Lower Madison River Fishing Report, September, 2019

The Lower Madison fishing report

Sunday, September 15, 2019
1,530 CFS @ bl Ennis - With the cooler air temperatures starting to show up, the Lower Madison will continue to get better and better as we move further into September and fall. Hoppers & attractor patterns are working for dries while crayfish patterns and mayfly nymphs fished along the weed beds have been working for your sub-surface flies.

Lower Madison Fishing Report

Tuesday, September 10, 2019
1910 CFS @ Ennis Dam- The Lower has been fishing well with cooling water temps below the dam all the way through Bear Trap. Any Crayfish or Baitfish pattern should start to fish well after the flows bumped over the last couple days. Nymphing would be your best bet right now if you are thinking about fishing below the dam.

The Lower Madison fishing report

Saturday, September 7, 2019
1,580 CFS @ bl Ennis - The Lower Madison will continue to get better and better as we move further into September and early fall. I would still try to get out there early or late as water temps have yet to consistently stay down. Generic attractor patterns like a stimulator or a royal wulff have been working as well as crayfish patterns & BH nymphs

Lower Madison Fishing Report

Wednesday, September 4, 2019
1490 CFS @ Ennis Dam- If you are thinking about fishing the Lower Madison, the dam down through Bear Trap will be the best option. Hopper fishing will be productive until the colder weather starts to roll in. Crayfish patterns in the mornings and evenings will produce fish as well.
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