Yellowstone River Fishing Report, April, 2018

Yellowstone River on the rise

Tuesday, April 24, 2018
2950 CFS @ Corwin - The Yellowstone River pretty much doubled in size last week with the warmer weather and moisture on Monday. We expect it to continue to rise with the warmer forecast. Right now, the river is still floatable and there is minimal visibility along the edges up in the valley. No Caddis yet, but maybe this week, stay tuned.

Yellowstone a little off color

Friday, April 13, 2018
1470 CFS @ Corwin - The Yellowstone River has a little color in it this morning from all the recent rain and snow. Nymphing has been good lately with some intermittent dry fly fishing and some pretty good streamer fishing the past few days. While there are mostly midges on the water, BWOs have been out in decent numbers.

Yellowstone Fishing Report

Saturday, April 7, 2018
1210 CFS @ Corwin - With the weather, the Yellowstone is a bit colored, but has still produced fish. Nymph rigs have been the most productive, but don't hesitate to throw streamers. With the changing weather, dry fly reports haven't been consistent. If the conditions are right, fish could be looking for Parachute Adams or Purple Haze.
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