Madison River Fishing Report for May 29th, 2021
Dam: 460 cfs
Kirby: 886 cfs
Varney: 1,360 cfs
It’s been a crazy month here in southwest Montana, with seventy degree blue bird days, cold rain and snow, and everything in between. The good news is that our last storm brought our snowpack levels up over twenty percent and we are now sitting at roughly 70% in the Madison Range. Flows out of Hebgen are still crazy low for this time of year and will continue to stay that way until the reservoir gets closer to full pool. Obviously this is less than ideal for spawning fish between the lakes, so please take that into consideration if you are in the neighborhood.