Monthly Archives: May 2017

Madison River Fishing Report

Madison River Fishing Report for May 24th, 2017 Dam: 1,700 cfs Kirby: 2,300 cfs Varney: 3,100 cfs Madison River fishing report.  The Upper Madison has cleaned up nicely since last Saturday and we are now sitting at roughly 3.5′ of visibility and green above the West Fork.  We should have relatively clear water for the next 3-5 days, but it looks like Cabin and Beaver Creeks are pumping mud into Quake again so my guess is that the plug should hit river by Saturday or Sunday. […]

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Madison River Fishing Report

Madison River Fishing Report for May 13th, 2017 Dam: 1,700 cfs Kirby: 2,700 cfs Varney: 4,330 cfs Madison River fishing report.  Well, a lot has changed from our last report in late April and just about all the rivers in the region are in the midst of a very solid runoff that is likely to stay put for quite some time.  That said, the Madison between Quake and Lyon’s is currently running at about 10″-12″ of visibility and green.  You can still find about the same clarity from Lyon’s down to Windy on the right side of the river, but [...]

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