Gallatin River Fishing Report by Fins and Feathers 6.10.20
By angelamontana

Posted: June 11, 2020

The Gallatin River is still high and fast but it has come down significantly. It is now flowing at 2,700 cfs and still dropping. If you feel like wetting a line, stick to slow-moving water near the bank. Nymph em up with a dark Pat’s Rubberlegs and a worm. If you find good-looking water take your time and work it, adding more weight to your leader if necessary. You need to put your flies right on a trout’s nose before the current drags them away.

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