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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