Lower Madison River Fishing Report, October, 2020

Mid October Fishing Report

Saturday, October 17, 2020
1520 CFS BL Ennis Lake- The Lower Madison continues to be the best option as winter weather has come. Fish the seams, behind the boulder and the slowest water to find the fish. Worms, soft hackles and scud patterns are producing the most fish. Streamer fishing has been okay but has slowed with the water temps dipping down.

Mid October Fishing Report

Thursday, October 15, 2020
1,540 CFS BL Ennis Lake- The Lower Madison continues to fish well as we get further into fall. Most of the fish are being caught on crayfish, worms and softhackles. But there have been some nicer fish caught recently on streamers. On the days that the wind isn't blowing we are seeing some decent dry fly action with BWO's.

October Lower Madison River Fishing Report

Wednesday, October 7, 2020
1,410 CFS Bl Ennis Lake- The Lower Madison River is fishing well right now with most of the action happening bellow the water right now. Try fishing San Juan Worms, crayfish and small soft hackles to start and then make your adjustments from there. If we get some cooler and cloudier weather we should see some dry fly action and streamers.

First of October Lower Madison River Fishing Report

Thursday, October 1, 2020
1,380 CFS Bl Ennis Lake- As October starts the Lower Madison has still been a solid option to catch a few fish. Most of the action is happening under the water with crayfish and soft hackles. Streamer fishing has picked up as well with sculpin patterns. If your looking for dry fly action baetis have been out on the cloudy days.
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