Yellowstone River Fishing Report November 7, 2022 - Fins & Feathers
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Yellowstone River Report 11/7/2022

Date: 11/07/2022

Current Conditions

Expect some very high winds followed by bitter cold around Livingston the next few days. The Yellowstone River has still been pretty tough. Nymphing is getting some trout and a lot of Whitefish to hand. Smaller Baetis imitations, Pat's Rubberlegs, midges, and sculpin patterns have been good under an indicator. Streamer fishing will keep the whiteys away and you might find a nice trout or two but the numbers have not been excellent since the flood this spring. Dry fly fishing has been really slow unless you hit a solid Baetis hatch or some midges, I wouldn't focus too much on it. Very windy in Livingston today followed by rain and snow tomorrow and cooler weather throughout the rest of the week.



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Flows

1510 CFS
On 2022-11-7

Streamflow

Yellowstone River Report 11/7/2022 Streamflow

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The Yellowstone River is the quintessential large western river and provides a unique Montana fly fishing opportunity with over 100 miles of quality, wild trout water. In fact, the Yellowstone River is the longest free-flowing river in the lower 48. There is every type of water to be found through its course, including the whitewater sections of Yankee Jim Canyon, the placid glides of Paradise Valley, and the long riffles of the lower sections near Big Timber.