LOWER SHOSHONE – Flows are around 1450 cfs and it’s a little green but fishable. Clarity is better above Cottonwood, Sage and Idaho Creeks. Midges, blue winged olives, sow bugs, beadhead nymphs in size 14-20 and streamers.

BIG HORN / WIND – Flows are around 2400 cfs and fishing has been good. Blue winged olives, midges, worms, sow bugs and streamers.

NORTH FORK – The river is now CLOSED to fishing downstream of Newton Creek until July 1st. Still very few fish in the system and it will probably be a week or so before we see good numbers of trout above the closure as the run began very late this spring. Big stonefly nymphs likes rubber legs, purple 20 Inchers, yuk bugs, hot head pheasant tails, halfbacks, zirdles, and Two Bit Stones as well as soft hackle beadheads and eggs in the slowest deepest runs will work well. Streamers, whether swung or stripped will also produce.

SOUTH FORK – Water quality is better up in Valley and fishing has been good. Midges, blue winged olives, March Browns, Skwalas, stonefly and beadhead nymphs as well as streamers.

CLARK’S FORK – Water quality is better above Paint and Pat O’Hara Creeks towards the canyon mouth. Hatches are midges, blue winged olives and March Browns. Nymphing stoneflies or beadhead nymphs in size 14-18 or tossing streamers is your best bet.

GREYBULL / WOOD – Still quite a bit of shelf ice on both rivers. Midges, blue winged olives, stoneflies and beadhead nymphs in size 14-18.

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK – Closed to fishing until Memorial Day Weekend 2023!

NEWTON LAKES – East Newton is open and has been fishing well. Chironomids, scuds, beetles and leeches.

LUCE/HOGAN RESERVOIRS – Both are open and Luce has been fishing well. Chironomids, scuds, beetles and leeches.


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