Gallatin River: Some of the best river conditions are here for now. The water has a perfect light shade of green and the temps are getting some nymphs active in the bottom. One of these is the Skwala. On Saturday they were just beginning to to reach the banks near the bottom of the canyon. If your lower in the valley there are some adults flying. The fish haven't keyed in on the adults but they are loving the nymphs. Bring some big olive Stones. You could try to force a dry fly eat and run a dry/dropper rig. Afternoons into the evening is finally starting to see some better streamer fishing. When the water is at its' warmest.
Dries: Griffiths Gnat: 18-20-22, Adult Midge Dark: 22-24, Midge Cluster: 16-18
Nymphs: Delektable Hurless: 4-6, Mega Prince: 4-6, Mega Hare's Ear: 6-8, Pheasant Tail: 14-18, Copper John Blue, Black: 14-18, Lightning Bug Silver, Original, Gold: 12-14-16, Bubble Back BWO: 16-18, El Diablo: 14-16-18, Little Bit of E: 14-16, Tungsten Purple Burger: 12-14, Price's Pacifier: 8-10, Wire Worm Pink: 4, Military Mayfly: 18-20-22, Little Green Machine: 18-20-22
Streamers: BH Black Bugger: 2-4-6, Black Krystal Bugger: 6-8, Sex Dungeon Black, White, Yellow: 2, Home Invader Black, White, Yellow: 2, Black/Copper Zonker: 4-6, Sculpzilla Black, Olive, White: 2, Micro Zonker Grey, Brown, Black: 8, Bellyache Minnow Tan: 1-1/0, JJ Special: 6-8, Mr. Creepo, Yellow/Brown: 4, Cheech Leech, Halloween: 1