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Boulder River Sponsored by
Date 13-Aug-18
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Conditions : Boulder River: The boulder is low and clear now. Hoppers, ants, beetles, pmx's, purple haze, humpies, and other general smaller attractors are killer flies. During the heat of the day the fish are reluctant to look into the bright sun, but a dropper nymph is a quick fix to this problem. Running a silver lightning bug or silver spanker will get the job done. Anything in the smaller PMD style nymphs are great options on the boulder at the moment. Be on the lookout for rising fish in the softer water. These fish will be keyed in on smaller mayflies. PMD's, Tricos, and Psuedos are all bugs that you may see. A smaller purple haze is a great general imitation for these mayflies. In the evenings, there have been a few caddis around and the fish will eat these imitations worked tightly to the bank.

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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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