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Yellowstone Park

Jimmy's All Seasons Angler / Yellowstone Park (Page 24)

Yellowstone Park 8/28

Spruce moth patterns are producing on the lower end of the Madison in the Park and on the upper reached of the Gallatin in the Park. Terrestrials are bringing action on all streams, and caddis swarms provide evening action. The Snake River at the South Entrance can offer great action this time of year for those offering terrestrial patterns. This is also a great place to offer humpys; they make a great horsefly imitation. The best still water action in the Park is on Beula Lake. Action on Riddle lake is bad either.

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Yellowstone Park 8/11

The best way to fishing success on all meadow reaches of Park streams is to present ant, beetle, and hopper patterns. See the list of streams in our 8/4 report to learn where this applies to. With respect to hoppers, be sure to match color of your pattern to that of the meadow grasses. If you are not fishing Beula Lake you are missing some of the fastest fishing in the Park. You will need a float tube to experience the best of what this lake offers, but shoreline fishing can also be satisfying.

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Yellowstone Park 8/4

Terrestrial insects are coming on strong and should be your primary patterns on streams. Also think thundershowers and more humidity in the atmosphere! These bright, dry days relegates the best fishing success to late in the day. Partly cloudy conditions act as overhead cover, and with that fishing improves. With these conditions the list of great streams will include names such as the Gallatin, Soda Butte, Slough, Bechler, Boundary, Fall, Mountain Ash, Lamar, Gibbon, Madison, Gardner, Lava, etc. With respect to still waters, Beula remains at the top of the list with gulpers working big time.

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