August 7th 2016| Yellowstone River Fishing Report

A special fishing report for you today focused on yes, you probably guessed it from the header, the YELLOWSTONE! Marty, Mary Rose and Skelly got it done and had themselves a memorable day. The Yellowstone River is really a special place to fish and if fished right with good conditions, the right flies and always a little bit of luck you have the chance to catch BIG fish. The conditions were good with water clarity moderately clear, which served well for streamers. The best luck was had very close to the banks in shallow water.  Marty’s fly of choice was a Sculpzila JR (Olive) with a #20 Delektable Lil’ Spanker Pheasantail trailing. The bites on either fly were about even, with some taking the streamer and others the nymph. Congrats to you both on your beautiful yet slobbish fish!IMG_2776 SM IMG_2781 SM1 10256 SM

Keep Throwing Darts! Will

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