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

06/17/10

Runoff:
The streams in Yellowstone National Park are getting back in good condition:
Madison River:
Firehole River:
Gibbon River:
Gallatin River: (Outside Park)
Gardner River:

New "Perfect Fly" Website Stream Section - Madison River
We recently added the Madison River to our "Perfect Fly" website Stream
section. This is normally one of the prime places to be during the first part of the
season. As you can see, the water has dropped considerably and the fishing
should be good right now.

For the next few weeks the Madison River is one of the places you should be if
you plan on fishing the early part of the season. Blue-winged Olives and Pale
Morning Duns will be hatching along with two or three species of caddisflies.
You can look forward to Gray Drakes and plenty of stoneflies as the days move
by.

Check out our new
four page section on the Madison River There are over thirty
images of the stream taken at various locations throughout the fly fishing
season.
Click Here For Flies Needed for streams
in
Yellowstone National Park