Madison River Hebgen Dam: 671 cfs Kirby: 1050 cfs Any fear of water shortages has been laid to rest, as the Madison River drainage finally reached its 100% average today...and were not done yet. For more information on snow pack/ moisture content throughout the state click here. Its been a wet couple of weeks, but the fishing has only got better. We have been seeing good numbers of midges and BWOs in the early afternoons, as well as March Browns thrown into the mix, and fish have been taking advantage of their presence. Nymphing is still the way to go [...]
Madison River Hebgen Dam: 688 cfs Kirby: 959 cfs What an opener! Opening weekend on the Upper Madison was filled with partly-cloudy skies, sixty degree temperatures, gin-clear water, and very willing trout. The fishing wasn't on fire, but it was still pretty damn good. There were some decent heads up on BWOs and midges in the afternoon, but nymphing was definitely the way to go. Small golden stones and sallies, midges, caddis larva, san juans, and baetis nymphs have been the way to go with the lower flows, but with the creeks just starting to kick in mud we'll be [...]
Madison River Report Hebgen Dam: 663 cfs Kirby: 731 cfs The warmer temperatures of April seem to have dissipated into thin air, as rain and snow continue to provide the area with much needed moisture after a fairly easy winter in South West Montana. The Upper Madison has been fishing very well in between the lakes, as the rainbows continue to move up from Quake to start a new generation. There have been decent numbers of Midges and BWOs on top, but the nymphing is really where its at right now. San Juans, midges, baetis nymphs, and eggs are all [...]
Just wanted to let you all know that our fly shop will be open in less than a week. Feel free to stop by and check out the new bugs for this year, as well as the new addition that kelly put on this winter.