Madison River Fishing Report

madison river fishing report 07-23-2020

Madison River Fishing Report for July 23rd, 2020

Dam: 974 cfs

Kirby: 1,190 cfs

Varney: 1,520 cfs

The Upper Madison has been fishing well lately, and we finally got a little bump in the flow out of Hebgen last week due to increasing daytime temperatures.  Things are definitely not as consistent as what we saw during the first two weeks of July, but that usually happens as we start to transition from fishing a wide variety of aquatic insects to a smaller percentage of caddis and spinners and then into terrestrials.  The best window of fishing seems to be from around 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and then again in the evening where you will still find caddis and Eperous spinners hitting the water from 7:00 p.m. until dark in the upper stretches.  If you’re an early bird, dawn to 9:00 a.m. is definitely the best window for throwing streamers so there is a time slot for just about every method of fishing right now.

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Madison River Fishing Report

madison river fishing report 07-01-2020

Madison River Fishing Report for July 1st, 2020

Dam: 622 cfs

Kirby: 1,020 cfs

Varney: 1,680 cfs

The Upper Madison continues to fish well throughout its entirety, and the dry fly fishing in the wade section with caddis and PMDs has been particularly good over the last week. Despite low flows out of Hebgen, we are still sitting above 1,000 cfs above the West Fork with the lower river hovering between 1,600 and 1,800 cfs which are still great water levels for this river.  We should start to see the flows increased later this week as Hebgen Lake is getting close to full pool.

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