LOWER SHOSHONE – Flows are 7000 cfs. With the reservoir not terribly muddy though, we should be back on the Lower sooner than normal this summer.

BIG HORN / WIND – Flows are 1400 and fishing has been really good the past week! Yellow sallies, pmd’s, tricos, lightning bugs, sow bugs, scuds, hoppers, worms, leeches, crawdads, crane flies and streamers.

NORTH FORK – The North Fork opened to fishing today all the way down to Gibbs Bridge. Water clarity is a bit off down low through Wapiti but the fishing should still be great! Stick with the big heavy flies like rubber legs, zirdles, yuk bugs, mega princes, twenty inchers, golden stones, and half backs. Lots of beadhead nymphs like Bloody Marys, Copper Johns, Duracells, two bit stones, possie buggers, prince nymphs, worms and eggs will work as well. Streamers such as jawbreakers, thin mints, rusty trombones, goldies and Swim Coaches. Don’t be afraid to try a big hopper or stonefly on top and go heavy on the tippet! 0x-2x!

SOUTH FORK – Flows are still pretty high and off color…same flies as the North Fork.

CLARK’S FORK – Dropping and clearing. Stoneflies, caddis, and hoppers on top. Drop big stonefly nymphs like rubber legs, twenty inchers and mega princes. Beadhead nymphs in sizes 12-16 should work as well. Don’t forget your streamers!

GREYBULL / WOOD – The Greybull is cleaning up and the Wood is clear. Golden stone nymphs and general beadheads subsurface. Small chubbies, water walkers and stimulators as well as attractors on top.

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK – The west side of the park is starting to warm up. If you must fish the Firehole or Madison, look for heads early and late. The Gibbon, however, should really be coming into shape, especially in the meadows above the falls. The NE corner is still a bit high and off color but should be ready very soon. Yellowstone Lake has been fishing great with scuds, leeches and streamers.

NEWTON LAKES – Both lakes are incredibly full. Midges, scuds, damsels and leeches.

LUCE / HOGAN RESERVOIRS – Scuds, damsels, leeches, midges, ants, and beetles.

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