Lower Madison River Fishing Report, September, 2017

Lower Madison Fishing Great

Wednesday, September 20, 2017
1450 CFS@Ennis-The Lower Madison continues to be one of the best fishing options. Cooler weather and lots of moisture the past few days have really got the fish active on the Lower. Nymphing a crayfish with a small flashy beadhead has been the most productive method. Cloudy days have also produced some good dry fly fishing at times in the afternoon

Hoot owl lifted on the Lower Madison River

Friday, September 15, 2017
883 CFS @ Ennis - The Hoot Owl restrictions have been lifted on the Lower Madison today due the the cooler weather. The River has been fishing excellent lately small stones, crayfish and baetis nymph patterns. The cool cloudy weather might get us some good dry fly fishing in the near future with fall baetis.

Lower Madison for the Early Birds

Tuesday, September 5, 2017
1180 CFS@Ennis-The Lower Madison is starting to fish a little more consistent and if you are willing to get out there early while it is still cool it can be a good option. Nymphing a crayfish with a small flashy beadhead has been the best option, let the flies swing as well. Hoot Owl restrictions are still on the river so you must be done by 2pm.
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