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Date 18-Sep-18
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Conditions : Yellowstone Rivers: *The Bacon Rind fire has caused the Park to close access to the Gallatin River from the north boundary to Fawn Pass.* The recent weather in the Park has cooled things down. We have even seen some nights dip into the 30 degree range. This in turn has lowered the river temps into the 50's and 60's. The PMD's are still thick but cool weather has made a few BWO's hatch and the Trico's have begun to hatch as well. Twitched hoppers with a trailing ant or a mayfly dropper are still the rigs for mid-day. If you have cricket in your box I would start with one of these if you are out on a cooler day. Beetles are another terrestrial that has started to catch the attention of a number of fish. With a drop in water temp the streamer fishing is picking up again. We may only be 3 or 4 weeks from the brown trout to start getting aggressive for their spawning season.

Reported by: All Season Angler (Idaho Falls)

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