The guys have been wrangling some nice fish in the Yellowstone River recently, and here’s their fresh advice for you! You should get out for a bit of fall fishing on the big river this weekend! Thanks, guys, for your sage wisdom!
October Fishing Outlook:
Afternoon dry fly fishing has been pretty consistent the past week. Look for slower water along bubble lines and you will probably see some rising fish. This time of year you could expect a number of different types of hatches – Blue winged olives (baetis), mahogany’s, tricos, and midges to name a few. We have had good success fishing a bigger, bushier attractor dry like a Royal Wulff #12 to a small size 18 Purple Haze or Sprout Baetis or something similar. You could even get ambitious and look for those last few hopper eaters out there, you might be surprised.