Madison River

Dam: 2,410 cfs

Kirby: 3,350 cfs (rising)

Varney: 5,030 cfs

The mud finally came through Quake last night, and the Upper River currently has about 10 inches of visibility above the West Fork.  Flows were also raised about 100 cfs today, but we are expecting that to increase over the next few days, as more rain is in the forecast all this week.  Cabin and Beaver Creeks also started gushing again, and water levels  below Quake have come up around 600 cfs. If cabin fever is getting the best of you, a pink worm or a rubberleg should pull a few out in the wade section, but the fishing (catching) will definitely be off until the river stabilizes over the next few days.  The other option is to fish between the lakes above Cabin Creek, …just please be sure to stay off the redds, as a new generation of Rainbows depends on it.