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2015 Salmonfly Celebration
A TU Benefit

"A celebration for all those who appreciate the Salmonfly Hatch"

Location: Baxter Hotel Ballroom
Date: June 11th
Time: 7pm to 11pm
Live Music provided by: David Brinker
Beer: Madison River Brewing Salmonfly Ale
Raffle Prizes Provided by:Fishpond, Hareline Dubbing, SITKA Gear, Simms, OnXMaps, Montana Troutfitters, Promont and more to come.

"Hareline's Best Salmonfly Competition"

Best Salmonfly Dry Fly Competition details: Supported by Hareline Dubbing and Troutfitters. Bring 1 or 2 of your best home tied Salmonfly Imitations for a chance to win over $100 in Hareline Dubbing Material. Each donated Fly will be judged by Zac Collins on it's creativity, and fish/angler appeal. All flies need to be presented by 8:15pm and the winner will be announced shortly after.

1st Place - $100 in material and supplies
2nd Place - Cure Goo Set
3rd Place - Fly Box

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Gallatin River - Recent Reports

  • May 11, 2015
    Jeff Reported: High stick close to the banks, keeping the line tight. Choose stretches of river with lots of structure/buckets and relatively slow current....
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  • May 1, 2015
    FlyFishingReports Reported: River has maybe 1 to 2 inches visibility. Tough fishing. However, there is a Caddis Hatch. Size 16. Did not see any risers buy recommend a Caddis emerger or Bead head with a S...
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Yellowstone River - Recent Reports

  • April 27, 2015
    FlyFishingReports Reported: Rumor has it there is an early Caddis hatch on the Yellowstone as well as Lower Madison. Big fish and good numbers. Nymphing in the morning and surface fishing in the afternoo...
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  • April 22, 2015
    Fly Fishing Reports Reported: Clarity wasn't ideal, but we still managed to put some fish in the boat. We caught them in foam lines near the bank, at creek inlets, and in shallow riffle water-- basically a...
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Missouri River - Recent Reports

  • April 25, 2015
    FlyFishingReports Reported: Nymphing was great in the morning to afternoon. Around 3 the fish were really looking up. Sight fishing was exceptional. 4x helped with nymphing. 5x mono critical when fishing...
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  • April 2, 2015
    KynsLee Scott Reported: Water Temps are slightly coming down but overall on their way up. Still recommend targeting slow water where the temps are higher and increased fish activity. 4' to 6' depth....
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Bighorn River - Recent Reports

  • April 14, 2015
    Bighorn Angler Reported: This past week we have seen a huge increase in the amount of Baetis on the Bighorn. Stick to the 3 mile area and below for the best chance at finding fish up on these Spring o...
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  • April 7, 2015
    FlyFishingReports Reported: There were some BWO hatching but the trout are still hesitant to look up. Nymphing is still the most productive fishing but I would bring my dries with. Nymph: typical spring/...
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