Spring hatch is on just in time for Mother’s Day. Most Montana fisherman know that Mother’s Day means a giant hatch of Caddis flies. What better time to take mom on the river? Each spring hundreds of Caddies flies hatch right around early May to late June. East Rosebud Fly and Tackle reported dry fly fishing has picked up considerably on Boulder River with March brown and caddis hatching.
Stillwater Anglers, on the Stillwater River in Columbus, gave this tip to John Letasky from the Billings Gazette:
On the Stillwater River, Stillwater Anglers in Columbus reports “caddis are coming off in droves.” The hatch has also begun on the upper Yellowstone River and should be occurring on the Madison soon.Read more here.
Perfect! Now pack a picnic, your rod & reel, and get out there!