: Yellowstone Rivers: The river is back to clear and is fishing good. The weather is starting to dry out again so we shouldnt see any more plugs for a while. Nymphing some big stones or Zurdles has been successful this week. Dead drifting a small streamer as the top fly in your nymph rig is also a good set up to try. To get them on top, a hopper is the best bet, a small one in the morning and a larger one toward afternoon has been a good bet. You can drop a small lightning bug or some nocturnal stonefly imitators off the back of your chubby for a solid dry/dropper rig. Feel free to take an extended break under a tree at lunch and enjoy a cocktail. The next week is going to have an abundance of hot, sunny weather which will make mid-afternoon the toughest fishing hours. The evenings have been seeing massive caddis hatches on the banks with some pmds and yellow sallies mixed in. The smaller fish have been eating well and a few larger fish have been eating these smaller bugs on the surface as well. The evenings and mornings have been best for the nocturnal stone flies as well.