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

07/22/10


New "Perfect Fly" Website Stream Section -  Lava Creek
We recently added a four page section on Lava Creek, a small stream tributary
to the Gardner River in Yellowstone National Park, to our "Perfect Fly" website
Stream section. This is an excellent, easy to access brook trout stream in its
upper section above Undine Falls. Below the falls, it flows through a deep
canyon and has the same species of trout the Gardner River has - brook trout,
brown trout, rainbow trout, cutthroat trout and cutbow trout.

The lower section consist of fast pocket water and is difficult to access in some
areas. It can be accessed at the bridge where the Grand Loop Road crosses
the Gardner River near Mammoth. Some of the stream is almost impossible to
reach.

Check out our new
four page section on Larva Creek. This is an excellent
stream to try at the present time.

Update On Current Conditions:
Although we have yet to fish Yellowstone this year, reports we are getting from
our Perfect Fly customers who have fished recently is the fishing has been
excellent for the past several days both in the park and in the streams near the
park. The Yellowstone River should be coming down some and improving and
the Northeast Corner - the Lamar, Slough and Soda Butte Creek should be red
hot. We hope you get the opportunity to go.
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in
Yellowstone National Park
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streams
Outside Yellowstone Park