: Yellowstone Rivers: The fishing season in the Park is nearing the end. November 2nd is the last day of the season. Fishing over the last week has been quite productive park wide. The majority of people are on the west side fishing the Madison for the Brown that are coming up out of Hebgen Lake. These fish are going after streamers. They are very territorial right now while they protect their reds. If your having trouble finding water to fish, head into the Park a little further. You don't have the big lake fish but the Gibbon and Firehole have been fishing just as good. During the fall, the Brookies in the Gibbon will go after a Zonker. The Lamar area is also a place to head to if you want less crowds. The dry fly fishing has got tougher as the hatches thin out with colder water and air temps. More fish will be looking at nymphs or streamers, especially buggers in black.