LOWER SHOSHONE – Flows were bumped back up to 4000 cfs. With the reservoir not terribly muddy though, we should be back on the Lower sooner than normal this summer. Caddis, yellow sallies, hoppers, lightning bugs, prince nymphs, rubber legs, leeches and dark streamers.

BIG HORN / WIND – Flows are 1400. Moss is still pretty terrible unfortunately. Yellow sallies, pmd’s, tricos, lightning bugs, sow bugs, scuds, hoppers, worms, leeches, crawdads, crane flies and streamers.

NORTH FORK – Closed downstream of Newton Creek until July 1st! Water quality has suffered again with the warm temps and flows are jumping back up. However, trout are still being caught in some of the cleaner tributaries anywhere holding water can be found. 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. Go heavy on the tippet! 0x-2x!

SOUTH FORK – Big and brown…same flies as the North Fork if you can find fishable water.

CLARK’S FORK – Big and brown below the canyon…Salmonflies and golden stones are out. Rubber legs in black, purple and brown in sizes 4-8 work well for the nymphs. Flutterbugs, Henry’s Fork Salmonflies and chubbies work well for adults. But streamers and worms can work as well!

GREYBULL / WOOD – The Greybull is dirty but the Wood is still fishable. Golden stone nymphs and general beadheads subsurface. Small chubbies and water walkers in gold, yellow stimulators and attractors on top.

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK – Firehole is done until the fall but the Gibbon should be coming into shape. The NE corner is still a little big, cold and cloudy but it shouldn’t be long!

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

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

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