Yellowstone River Fishing Report, July, 2018

Yellowstone Fishing Report

Sunday, July 15, 2018
7080 CFS @ Corwin - The Yellowstone is another good option at the moment. Fish are looking up, and larger Attractor flies and Stoneflies have been productive - especially towards the YNP boundary. Nymphing with a Girdle followed by Prince Nymph or a Lightning Bug is another good option. Streamers are another great choice that have produced fish!

Yellowstone Fishing Report

Saturday, July 7, 2018
9290 CFS @ Corwin - While still high, the Yellowstone is fishing well for the conditions. With about two feet of visibility, the best option at the moment is fishing bigger nymphs tight to the bank. There has been sporadic dry fly action with Salmonflies on the upper stretches. Fishing should only get better from here!

Yellowstone Fishing Report

Sunday, July 1, 2018
12400 CFS @ Corwin - The Yellowstone is still very high and off color but just starting to fish. The river is still up in the willows meaning you'll lose some flies, but fishing in tight to the banks where you can will produce some nice fish. A few Salmonflies have been out in the valley but no reports of dry fly fishing yet. Be careful.
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