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

06/04/10

New "Perfect Fly" Website Stream Section - Gardner River
We have recently added the Gardner River to our Perfect Fly website stream
section. The Gardner River which flows from the Northeast Corner of the park
exits the park at Gardiner, Montana near the North Entrance. It is one of the
better Golden stonefly and Salmonfly streams. Although the cold stream starts
the season out a little slow, once it turns on it becomes one of the best places to
fish.

The four page section in our Perfect Fly website gives all the information you
need to fish the stream. If you enjoy fishing pocket water, you will enjoy fishing
this small stream. It is filled with large boulders that create pockets from below its
Ospray Falls all the way to its confluence with the Yellowstone River.

The park is currently experiencing runoff conditions in the Madison River Valley.
The Firehole, Gibbons and Madison is rising and approaching a full runoff
mode. It is still fishable in areas if you carefully pick them but for the most part,
fishing will be off in these three streams for a while.

Check out the
Gardner River and all of the other two-hundred or so streams in
our Perfect Fly Stream Section.

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