Madison River Fishing Report for June 25th, 2017
Dam: 1,300 cfs
Kirby: 1,800 cfs
Varney: 2,280 cfs
Madison River fishing report. The Upper Madison is in full swing and the river is literally exploding with insect activity. You’ll find good numbers of salmonflies and golden stones from Palisades all the way down to Cameron Flats, and it shouldn’t be long before they start to make their presence known in the wade section between Quake Lake and Lyon’s Bridge. Our guess is that they should be up here by the first or second of July and they should hang around for at least a week or two. The hatch is definitely more concentrated in certain sections, but you’ll find plenty of nymphs still staged up along the banks even in the high density areas, so we are still in store for more amazing dry fly fishing in the weeks to come.