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Saturday, July 16, 2005

July 16, 2005

The annual Salmon Fly hatch on the Madison has run it's course. The big bugs brought good action on top and Golden Stones continue to produce top water sport. PMDs, Yellow Sallies, and Caddis also are out in force. Now is the time to experience the most consistent dry fly fishing of the year.
In Yellowstone National Park Slough Creek has been clear and fishing for close to a couple of weeks. Look for Gray Drakes, Caddis and PMDs to be on the water. Also look out for biting flies and mosqitos looking for an easy meal. Be prepared to combat the pesky buffalo gnats, deer flies and horse flies with long sleeves, cactus juice, deet, and even headnets.

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