Yellowstone River Fishing Report September 13, 2018

Yellowstone River Report 9/13/2018

Sep, 13 2018

Flows on the Yellowstone are sitting at 2,130 cfs and slowly on the drop. The weather the next few days will be nice in Livingston with high temperatures back down around 70 degrees and partly cloudy conditions. Hoppers, ants, and Purple Para Wulffs have been producing. Hoppers are beginning to slow down significantly and the cooler cloudy conditions may bring them to a stop. Streamer fishing has still been hit or miss. Natural colors like black and olive have been moving fish but flashy white stuff has also done well. If there was significant precipitation in the park expect a muc plug. Dirt snakes will have been flushed into the water with this rain and can be properly imitated using a San Juan Worm. Nymphing is also a good bet at the moment. Smaller flashy mayfly beadheads and stonefly nymphs have been the best options.

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