Fishing Report for November 20th, 2014

Madison River Dam: 822 cfs Kirby: 914 cfs It was nice not to have to worry about ice in the guides yesterday, as air temperatures climbed above freezing for the first time in over 10 days.  Despite the cold water temps, we are still getting good fish on streamers both in the wade section and between the lakes.  We have been slowing down our retrieves to more of a slow jig, and the eats on the drop have actually been fairly light, so set the hook if you feel anything even close to tension at the end of your line. [...]

By |2019-10-23T03:04:43+00:00November 20th, 2014|Madison River, Madison River Fishing Report|0 Comments

2015 Streamer Schools Announced!

After another successful school in the Fall of 2014, we are excited to get the ball rolling again in 2015.  Once again our goal is to give each individual a better understanding of a systematic approach to streamer fishing using techniques developed by Kelly and his guide staff.  Through detailed seminars and expert instruction, we will teach you the necessary skills and knowledge base needed to maximize your odds at a fish of a lifetime.  Our classroom will be the Madison River, a blue ribbon trout stream that needs little introduction, and the Fall season provides the solitude that very [...]

By |2021-02-07T10:15:12+00:00November 17th, 2014|Madison River Fishing Report|0 Comments

Fishing Report for November 13th, 2014

Madison River Dam: 832 cfs Kirby: 923 cfs It's been a chilly one out there this week, and we got word that the lower river down by Ennis was a bit on the slushy side yesterday afternoon, so you may want to head more towards the wade section between Quake and Lyons if you plan on heading up this way.  With water temps dropping into the mid-thirties and low-forties, nymphs are definitely the way to go if you are looking for numbers.  Small serendipities, zebra midges, rubber legs, eggs, and baetis nymphs will be your best bets from now all [...]

By |2019-10-23T03:04:43+00:00November 13th, 2014|Madison River, Madison River Fishing Report|0 Comments


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