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Gallatin River Sponsored by
Date 05-Jul-18
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Conditions : Gallatin River: The first wave of bugs are to the Park boundary but a second wave of bugs started running up the bottom of the canyon again yesterday. There were also big Goldenstones flying with them. In the canyon the fish were mostly swiping at Salmon fly patterns but not eating them. Chubbies, Goldens and Western Sedge Caddis worked a lot better. The fish are still tucked in tight to the banks so as you wade work the soft water as close to the rocks and under cuts as you can. Wading is still tough so be careful out there. It is still a good option to not wear waders on the gallatin. Nymphing can still be a good option as well over here. Working small stuff through the deep water will help you find some fish! Try a lightening bug, pheasant tail, or hares ear in sizes 12-18.

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About: - The Gallatin River is about twelve miles long from its origin at the confluence of the West and East Gallatin rivers to Three Forks, Montana, where it joins the Jefferson and Madison rivers to form the Missouri River. The river flows through a narrow valley consisting of agricultural and grazing lands at elevations less than 5,000 feet. The banks are primarily undercuts, and long, deep pools provide much of the fish cover. Except for the East and West Gallatin rivers, tributaries to the Gallatin River are limited to a few spring creeks. Water can be slightly turbid year-round due to the sediment input from the East Gallatin.
  • Rainbows
  • Browns
  • Cutthroats
  • Whitefish

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