Location

MT
United States
45° 53' 36.0744" N, 111° 31' 12.5652" W
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Average: 4 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 61-70 F

The Upper is dropping by the day and fishing has been outstanding.  Water temperatures are slowly climbing and fish are beginning to move into some faster water from the inside corners and slicks where they have been for a few weeks.  Focus your efforts on slow inside corners, slicks behind rocks and the bank seams but also look for the faster water adjacent to the soft water and the heads of riffles.  Salmonflies are now on the water along with some caddis.  Nymphing large stone flies with smaller attractor nymphs is the most productive method day in and day out but this is also a great time to chase big fish on huge dry flies.  Dry fly fishing has continued to improve as an assortment of aquatic insects are making their daily appearance. - See more at: http://www.montanaangler.com/montana-fishing-report/madison-river-report...

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Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 61-70 F

The upper Madison has been extremely busy lately, but with more and more anglers headed over to fish the Yellowstone there may be a little more elbow room.  In general, the fish on the Madison have been on the heavier side compared to those caught on the Yellowstone up high.  If you would like a change of scenery and want to fish the Madison give us a call and wed be happy to set you up with some great guides.  406-222-7130. 

 

3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 61-70 F

The Upper is dropping by the day and fishing has been outstanding.  Water temperatures are slowly climbing and fish are beginning to move into some faster water from the inside corners and slicks where they have been for a few weeks.  Focus your efforts on slow inside corners, slicks behind rocks and the bank seams but also look for the faster water adjacent to the soft water and the heads of riffles.  Salmonflies are now on the water along with some caddis.  Nymphing large stone flies with smaller attractor nymphs is the most productive method day in and day out but this is also a great time to chase big fish on huge dry flies.  Dry fly fishing has continued to improve as an assortment of aquatic insects are making their daily appearance. - See more at: http://www.montanaangler.com/montana-fishing-report/madison-river-report...

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