.......................  ......Fly Fishing Yellowstone National Park

06/01/09

Fly Fishing Yellowstone - Flies to Have With You

We need to add "Golden Stoneflies" to the list and have done so. These
stoneflies are also hatching on the Henry's Fork of the Snake from below the
Aston Dam upstream to near the Harriman Ranch section.
Conditions have
improved inside the Yellowstone National Park. The Firehole is fishing
well.

1. Blue-winged Olives:
Hook sizes 18 - 22
Nymphs:
Emergers:
Emergers with Trailing Shucks:
Duns:
Spinners:

2. Pale Morning Duns:
Hook Sizes 16/18
Nymphs:
Emergers:
Emergers with Trailing Shucks:
Duns:
Spinners:

3. Maghoney Duns:
Hook Sizes: 18
Nymphs:
Emergers:
Emergers with Trailing Shucks:
Duns:
Spinners:

4. March Browns:
Hook Sizes: 12/14
Nymphs:
Emergers:
Emergers with Trailing Shucks:
Duns:
Spinners:

5. Spotted Sedges:
Hook Sizes: 14/16
Larva:
Pupa:
Adults:

6. Little Black Caddis:
Hook Sizes: 18
Pupa:
Adults:

7. Little Short-horned Sedges:
Hook Sizes: 20
Pupa:
Adults:

8. White Millers:
Hook Sizes: 14
Pupa:
Adults:

9. Salmonflies:
Hook Sizes: 4/6
Nymphs:
Adults:

10. Golden Stoneflies:
Hook Sizes: 12
Nymphs:
Adults:

11. Midges:
Hook Sizes: 20/22
Larva:
Pupa:
Adults:

12. Streamers:
Hook Sizes: Varies (see)


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