Yellowstone Rivers: The fishing action is great on hoppers and ant patterns. These are mid-day patterns that are working Park wide. In the mornings and evenings there are thick amounts of tan Caddis. The Spruce Moths, one of our favorite bugs, are emerging from the forests. The best areas to fish this pattern are places that the forest comes right down to the river.. If your fishing one of the Park's lakes it's time to have a sink tip line to get down deep. The Cutthroat in Yellowstone Lake will be about 20 to 30 feet down during August. Use caution when fishing the far upper Gallatin, a lightning caused fire started on 8/7 in Fawn Pass. The Fawn Pass and Bighorn Pass trails are closed until further notice.
Dries: Para Wulf Cripple Stacker: 16-18-20, Para Slickwater Caddis Tan: 16-18, Henry's Fork Caddis: 16-18, CDC Caddis Emerger: 16-18, Brooks Sprout BWO: 16-18, Ex. Body BWO: 16-18-20,
Nymphs| Grand Poopah Cream 16, Lightning Bug Gold 14-16, Hotwire Gold Mayfly 14-16-18 Mega Prince: 10-12 Delektable Goldenstone: 8 Purple Burger: 12-14-16 Bead Head Hares Ear: 12-14, BH FB Pheasant Tail: 12-14-16, Pat's Rubberlegs/ Black, Olive, Coffee, Orange; 6-8-10-12, Cased Caddis: 14-16
Streamers| Flash Fry Gray/White, Olive/White: 2 Bling Minnow Gold, Pearl: 6 Mirrored Minnow Grey, Barred: 6 Bellyache Minnow Olive, Tan: 1/0-1 Micro Zonker Black, Brown: 8, Sex Dungeon: Black, Yellow, White