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Madison River Fishing Report

Madison River Fishing Report for July 26th, 2018 Dam: 1,330 cfs Kirby: 1,450 cfs Varney: 1,670 cfs The Upper Madison is still fishing well throughout its entirety, and some cooler nights and afternoon thunderstorms have kept water temperatures at good levels for most of the day.  We are starting to see temps hit 68-70 degrees during the late afternoon hours, so you might consider taking a break until they start to drop again in the evening.  Traffic on the river has also started to slow down quite a bit, as many other options in the area like the Yellowstone, Gallatin, [...]

By |2018-07-26T17:11:52+00:00July 26th, 2018|Madison River Fishing Report|2 Comments

Madison River Fishing Report

Madison River Fishing Report for July 14th, 2018 Dam: 1,300 cfs Kirby: 1,480 cfs Varney: 1,810 cfs The Upper Madison continues to hold its own throughout July and we have had some of the best dry fly fishing we have seen in years over the last several weeks.  That said, it has been a scorcher out there over the last few days and fish have been putting their heads down once it starts to creep into the the mid 80’s and 90’s.  If dries are what you seek then you’ll want to stick more to the 8:00 am – 1:30 [...]

By |2018-07-14T15:46:56+00:00July 14th, 2018|Madison River Fishing Report|1 Comment

Madison River Fishing Report

Madison River Fishing Report for July 4th, 2018 Dam: 1,300 cfs Kirby: 1,510 cfs Varney: 1,960 cfs It’s hard to believe that July is already and with some of the most precipitous weeks we’ve seen in June for quite some time, it has been really nice to bask in good ol’ fashion Summer sunshine over the last week.  The river has dropped to around 1,500 at Kirby and just over 2,000 cfs in town which is pretty much the perfect flow for both sections of the river. […]

By |2018-07-05T00:06:27+00:00July 5th, 2018|Madison River Fishing Report|Comments Off on Madison River Fishing Report