Yellowstone River Fishing Report by Fins and Feathers 10.1.20
By angelamontana

Posted: October 2, 2020

 

  

Current Conditions

The Yellowstone can always be a bit trick this time of year and it really can become the, “You should have been here yesterday” river. This does not mean that it isn’t worth fishing. There are big fish moving and becoming aggressive and when the fishing is hot, it’s hot. Nymphing is the best option often times with a rubberleg, dead drifted sculpin, and a BWO Soft Hackle off the back. Streamer fishing can be really good depending on how the fish are responding but fishing large olive or white streamers can be the ticket. Mess around a little bit and try new things and different patterns, the Stone has a code and it can be cracked.

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Keep in mind you can shop all of our flies in our online store for both shipping and curbside pickup. You can also order hand-picked fly selections for the Yellowstone River before you head out and we’ll have them ready for you to pick up!

Fins & Feathers is a full-service Bozeman fly shop and Montana fly fishing outfitter. Yellowstone River fly fishing trips are available year-round with our Bozeman fly fishing guides.

Upper Yellowstone River Webcam – Located above the river in Gardiner, Montana.

Yellowstone River Webcam – Located just upstream of Pine Creek in the Paradise Valley

Flows

1840 CFS
On 2020-10-1

Streamflow

Yellowstone River Report 10/1/2020 Streamflow

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