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Madison River Report

Madison River Fishing Report for June 19th, 2020 Dam: 804 cfs Kirby: 1,330 cfs Varney: 2,090 cfs The Upper Madison has been fishing very well lately. Flows have been dropping out of the dam each day as NW Energy is trying to get to full pool by the end of the month, but the creeks are still putting in enough water to compensate for it and keeping the banks fishy in the float section.  The river is gin clear in the upper wade section, with the West Fork still putting in a small stripe of dirty water down the left [...]

By |2020-08-24T16:53:18+00:00June 19th, 2020|Madison River Fishing Report|0 Comments

Madison River Fishing Report

Madison River Fishing Report for June 5th, 2020 Dam: 2,410 cfs Kirby: 3,260 cfs Varney: 4,300 cfs Flows on the Upper Madison continue to rise and we should start to see them level off once it hits 3,500 cfs at the Kirby Gauge above the West Fork.  Floating under Sun West and Wolf Creek Bridges is still a no go, so you don’t want to put a boat in at Lyon’s Bridge until we start to see water levels get below 2,700 cfs (or lower if you are in a high sided boat/raft).  Visibility is around 8″-10″ above the West [...]

By |2020-06-05T15:55:24+00:00June 5th, 2020|Madison River Fishing Report|0 Comments