Midges and BWOs are still working well on the spring creeks. Mother's
Day Caddis is starting soon, so definitely have a few ready. Fish are
still going to be more comfortable rising in shaded areas. BWO nymphs,
Hare's Ears, Zebra Midges, Pheasant Tails, sowbugs/scuds, San Juan
worms, and Skinny Nelsons are going to be most effective. Use sensitive
indicators, long leaders(9-10ft 5x), and light fluorocarbon tippet.
Have you heard about the Patagonia Upcycled Wader Program?
The Livingston Area Spring Creeks have limited rod availability. Be sure to call and make a reservation before you make the drive. Nelson's-(406) 222-6560, Armstrong's-(406) 222-2979, DePuy's-(406) 222-0221
Mar. 29 - 2021
Summertime full day trips on the lower Madison include early start times but still give a typical full day experience. These are great options for people with afternoon or early evening plans.
Looking for a quick introduction to fly fishing or only have a few hours to get out on the water with one of our fly fishing guides? A half-day float on the lower Madison is likely to be the perfect choice.
The Livingston Area Spring Creeks have limited rod availability. Be sure to call and make a reservation before you make the drive.
Montana spring creeks are home to some of the most coveted wild trout waters found anywhere in the world. These small streams are spring-fed bodies of water characterized by consistent year-round water temperatures and stream flows. These stable environments provide exceptional habitat for many insect types along with the trout that feed on them. Generally speaking, there is dry fly fishing to be found just about any day of the year on the regional spring creeks.