Yellowstone River Fishing Report, October, 2020

Mid October Fishing Report

Thursday, October 15, 2020
1,900 @ Livingston- The Yellowstone has slowed down some as water temps have dropped. But the streamer action has picked up and some nice fish are being caught. If your just looking to get the rod bent nymphing has been good but lots of white fish for every trout. With cold weather coming this might be the last time to float it for the season.

October Yellowstone River Fishing Report

Thursday, October 8, 2020
1,690 CFS @Livingston- The Yellowstone continues to fish well as we get further into fall. Nymphing has been the most productive with stonefly nymphs trailed by a mayfly. Lots of whitefish being caught right now but the trout that are being caught have been on the bigger side. Streamer fishing has been okay in the mornings.

October Yellowstone River Fishing Report

Thursday, October 1, 2020
1,840 CFS @Livingston- The Yellowstone has slowed down a bit since fall has started with the cooler night temps. But some fish have found the net using nymphs and streamers. Big Rubber legs followed by soft hackles or a hare's ear have been the best bet. As far as streamers big flashy bugs will get the fishes attention.
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