LOWER SHOSHONE – Flows are around 270 cfs which is a great flow for wade fishing. You’ll bump a little bit in a raft but you can float the river down to Corbett bridge without any issues. Water temps are a little cooler down between Corbett and Willwood and there is a fair amount of shelf ice below Willwood dam. The fishing has been great the last several weeks! Trout are looking up for blue winged olive dun and emergers and midges during the warmest part of the day. Also a few winter stoneflies out. Nymphing sow bugs, midges and blue winged olive nymphs or tossing streamers has been working well.

BIG HORN / WIND – Flows are around 940 cfs and fishing has been good. Most of the boast ramps are closed due to large amounts of snow but Wedding to 8th Street is still an option, although the ramp at 8th is very icy. Blue winged olives, midges, worms, sow bugs and streamers.

NORTH FORK – Done until ice-out in Spring 2023. Holding out hope we get a few days down low by the reservoir in late March before the closure April 1st. Won’t be long now before the cutthroat, rainbows and cutbows begin their annual migration!

SOUTH FORK – Fishing has been consistent in Valley. There’s been a little dry fly activity on midges and blue winged olives but nymphing beadheads or tossing streamers will be your best bet.

CLARK’S FORK – Fishing will be better down by the hatchery where the water is warmer. Midges and beadhead nymphs. Streamers are also a good option.


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




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