Madison River Fishing Report for June 24th, 2021
Dam: 924 cfs
Kirby: 1,250 cfs
Varney: 1,400 cfs
The Upper Madison has been fishing very well over the last week, and dry flies are finally on the menu. In all but the upper most reaches you can expect to see a large variety of caddis, PMDs, yellow sallies, a few green drakes, golden stones, and salmon flies and fish have been looking up consistently throughout the day. The river is running at below average flows for this time of year, but there is plenty of water to keep the banks full for the time being. River traffic has been pretty busy, especially in the sections where the big bugs are present, but you can always find some solitude by seeking out different water or fishing early or late.