Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Autumn Scenes from Yellowstone Country

It's been a nice fall so far here in Yellowstone Country. As of today, we are having some sizable snow (no pictures). Other than that we are having nice autumn days that we can expect for. This snow wouldn't stick. We still have number of days to get out and enjoy some of greatest fly-fishing that the fall in our area can offer.

Renee and I hit Yellowstone Park waters together. We started at one of my favorite & go-to spots!
 As always, she catches a big one!
 I had a good one also that put lots of actions on my light 4-wt.
 What was hatching............
See the ratio..............
We fed ourselves by "tailgating"!!
In the afternoon, we moved to another stretch of river and we had some commotions..........
These two renegade buffaloes walked straight toward far bank, stomping over rising trout and invading our spot! Furthermore, they couldn't climb out as there's a little crater like dip there!! They attempted a few times, gave up, and then finally found a spot to get out and walk away........
Anyways.................
This was a spring-creek look-a-like section.  To make things complicated, couple of different insects/species were hatching...... Renee got a couple of good ones! I was focusing on one particular trout that appeared really big from its rise form, but couldn't get anywhere close.........

On the way out, we stopped by perhaps the most notoriously popular spot on Madison, if not entire Park! I just wanted to show her how other (visiting) fishers act and things go.......... We stepped aways from the "club", then we swung large soft-hackles. I caught a feisty whitie by swinging my Coyote!!
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Rivers just steps away from our towns are also in great fall shapes.
Regardless of sizes, trout are feisty and colorful this time of year............


Once in a while..........
I could catch a stonefly-nymph-biting-big brown!!
..........But always she catches a big one!!!

Enjoy fall fishing!!

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