The fishing in the Cody/Yellowstone area was not affected by the Yellowstone floods – come out and enjoy the excellent fly fishing!

Reports for Upper Clarks

Canyon Section of the Clarks Fork

September 4, 2022 9:00 am Published by Leave your thoughts

The floods of June 12 and 13 caused serious damage to the canyon section of the Clarks Fork. We have not been getting positive fishing reports from those that have tried fishing this section. Below the canyon the road was wiped out from the flooding. Walk-in access is the only way to get into the lower canyon. Again, fishing is slow on the entire Clarks Fork below the Greasy Lake trail head now. Labor Day weekend report – Water quality good again. Lots of silt, mud and debris in the canyon. Fish somewhere else is our recommendation. Should you want an... View Article

Beartooth Lakes

September 4, 2022 9:00 am Published by Leave your thoughts

The upper Beartooth Plateau lakes are fishing great now. The trout cruising the edges are eating dries, wet flies and small streamer patterns, especially balanced leeches. The feeder streams between lakes are also fun to fish with dry  flies. Parachute patterns work well – Adams, Purple Haze, beetles and flying ants best. Royal Trudes, elk hair caddis, small hoppers also working now.   Pack bear spray and mosquito repellent. The latter are irritatingly annoying!! Should you want an immediate update on flows, water quality, hatches, fly suggestions, we advise you call, not email, North Fork Anglers at 307-527-7274 for that.... View Article