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Madison River Fishing Report

Madison River Fishing Report for September 11th, 2019 Dam: 1,090 cfs Kirby: 1,110 cfs Varney: 1,230 cfs After a warm and sun filled August that brought with it some of the most incredible hopper fishing the Madison has seen in decades, the weather finally took a turn a few days ago to remind us that Fall is just around the corner.  The mountains received their first dose of snow since the summer solstice yesterday morning, and the landscape has started to absorb the scents and colors synonymous with Autumn in the Greater Yellowstone Region.  It truly is our favorite time [...]

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Madison River Fishing Report

Madison River Fishing Report for September 3rd, 2019 Dam: 1,110 cfs Kirby: 1,110 cfs Varney: 1,170 cfs The Upper Madison has been spectacular over the last several weeks, and we can’t say enough about the quality of the dry fly fishing this year.  Most of us doubted that we could have another hopper season that could compare with what we saw in 2018, but I think its safe to say that this August was even better.  We should continue to have good terrestrial fishing for a couple more weeks as long as the temperatures hold, and it looks like we [...]

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