Things are rolling around here. Many rivers in the area are clearing and settling from runoffs, while there are still some that are experiencing runoff effects. Over all it's been a series of such nice weathers!
As much as I want to hit streams and lakes that offer good fishing, I have to go out for scouting.
Yellowstone Park waters, especially Yellowstone River system/drainage, is the one that needs special attentions.
What are these animals? We guess something going on with rangers...........
Now let's go to the title topic.
Salmonfly is hatching on Madison River!!
This is perhaps one of those events around here that's worth being crazy about, locals or visitors. I guess the unpredictability and yearly variance (one can anticipate but no certain patterns could be set) make this event intriguing😲!!
We made a short float upstream of Ennis. Hoping to have some actions but also I wanted Renee to see and feel that giant bug. We hit it just right😎
Then I ended up catching a little one that fit nicely in my vest pocket😅
Speaking of which, PMD is going on strong on Livingston's spring creeks.