Nymph and streamer fishing is the name of the game with some dry midge or bwo action later in the day. There is some early season rainbow spawning happening. Please leave these fish alone. Their successful spawn is critical for better fishing in the future. CFS: 1036 – Clear! Flies: Nymphs – San Juan Worms, Yum Yum scud, Small Pheasant Tails, Scuds, pink soft hackle sow bug, Yuk Bugs, Pats Rubber Legs, Jig-head nymphs. Midge pupa, wire worm. Streamer patterns. Leeches, woolly buggers and cone-head zonkers, double bunnies, sex dungeons and muddler minnows are also taking trout. Hatches are blue wing olives and... View Article
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Yellowstone National Park is closed to fishing on these rivers until the May 2, 2020. These close again, November 2, 2020. Fishing reports will resume a week before opening day on the Firehole, Madison and Gibbon Rivers so you are prepared for action when the Park opens to angling!
The fishing season in Yellowstone Park closed after the first weekend in November. These waters will re-open to angling the first weekend in May, 2020. Stay tuned!
Closed until July 2020 We recommend fishing in and around Cody, WY, until Yellowstone National Park re-opens to angling in 2020. The fly fishing is very good near Cody 12 months of the year.
Both Sunshine Reservoirs are frozen over. It is recommended you wait until ice out sometime in later April, early May 2020. Or, you can drill holes in the ice now and jig for trout and splake.