Fishing Report for June 3rd, 2014

Madison River Dam: 1,180 cfs Kirby: 2,040 cfs Varney: 3,280 cfs Down she goes....Not that the Upper Madison is running low by any means, but it's definitely a whole lot lower than we thought we'd be seeing this time of year.  PPL has been stepping down the outflow from Hebgen this week and we are now running a full 1,000 cfs less at the Kirby gauge then we saw just five days ago.  Despite the change in water levels, the fishing continues to be incredible throughout the wade section.  We are running at roughly 10-12" of visibility above the West [...]

By |2019-10-23T03:04:46+00:00June 3rd, 2014|Madison River, Madison River Fishing Report|0 Comments

Fishing Report for May 28th, 2014

Madison River Dam: 1,910 cfs Kirby: 2,930 cfs Varney: 4,670 cfs The plug of mud that had been creeping closer toward the outlet of Quake finally made it to the river, and we are now at 4-6" of visibility and just under 3,000 cfs at the Kirby Gauge.  The streamer bite has definitely slowed down since the mud hit, but the nymph fishing is still producing good numbers of quality fish throughout the wade section.  Pink, purple, and brown San Juans, Black and Olive Pat's Rubber Legs, lightning bugs, shop vacs, hares ears and other baetis nymphs have been the [...]

By |2019-10-23T03:04:46+00:00May 28th, 2014|Madison River, Madison River Fishing Report|0 Comments


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