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Boulder River Sponsored by
Date 01-Dec-17
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Conditions : Boulder River: The warmer weather has kept the river open and ice free. The lower winter flow it has will allow you to walk wade anywhere along the river. The flow will also make it easier to target where the fish are going to be holding. Look for runs and holes that are deep enough to go green and not be able to see the bottom. This is where the fish are going to spend the winter months. Most days will be dominated by midge patterns. Larva and emergers will fish the best but if conditions are right, with some clouds and not much wind, you may get a few fish to eat a dry fly. The adults are going to be tiny so you may want to fish a cluster.

Dries: Renegade: 16-18-20, Griffith's Gnat: 16-18-20, Matt's Midge: 20-22, Z-Lon Midge: 20-22

Nymphs| Mega Hare's Ear: 6-8 Mega Pheasant Tail: 6 Mega Prince: 4-6-8 Mr Rubberlegs Goldenstone: 6-8-10 Mr Rubberlegs Brown Stone: 6-8-10 Brown Stoner: 6-8 Copper John Yellow, Blue, Red, Lime: 12-14-16 Lightning Bug Pearl, Gold, Silver: 14-16-18 Purple Berger: 14-16 Crystal PT Pearl, Rust: 14-16-18 Tungsten G6 Olive: 14-16 Dirty Bird Olive: 14-16 Starling Darling: 16 Petrified Pupa: 16 San Juan: 10-14, Wire Worm: 6

Streamers| Black RL Krystal Bugger: 6-8 Hairy Sculpin Dk Olive, Brown: 2-4 CH Bow River Bugger Black, Brown: 2-4-6 Stinger Sculpin Tan, Olive: 4 Silvey's Sculpin Black, Olive, Tan: 2 Flash Fry Whitefish: 2

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About: - The Boulder River originates in the rugged, high elevations of the Beartooth Mountains in the Gallatin National Forest. It tumbles down 7,300 feet and 60 miles through mixed conifers, deciduous trees, shrubs, grassland, and agricultural land, to join the Yellowstone River. Most of its drainage lies within the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness. (more on the Boulder River)
  • Brown Trout
  • Longnose Dace
  • Longnose Sucker
  • Mottled Sculpin
  • Mountain Sucker
  • Mountain Whitefish
  • Rainbow Trout
  • Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout
  • Brook Trout

Misc Info: -

Exceptions to Standard Regulations: Entire River And Tributaries Open entire year. Combined Trout: 2 daily and in possession, only 1 over 13 inches.

Natural Bridge To Two-Mile Bridge (First Crossing, 5 Road Miles Upstream From Natural Bridge) Catch-and-release for rainbow trout, except anglers 14 years of age and younger may take 1 rainbow trout daily and in possession, any size. Artificial lures only.


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