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Fly Fishing Yellowstone National Park: An Insider's Guide to the 50 Best Places

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Fly Fishing In Yellowstone National Park: Party Down


The Gallatin is one of the easier rivers to fly fish in Yellowstone Park. It is relatively shallow in most places and the fish aren't particularly wary. It is composed mostly of riffles and runs which are easily fished with a bushy dry fly such as a Crystal Stimulator or Chernobyl. It is also a good idea to have along a few smaller Muddlers.


The Gallatin is one of the easier rivers to fly fish in Yellowstone Park. It is relatively shallow in most places and the fish aren't particularly wary. It is composed mostly of riffles and runs which are easily fished with a bushy dry fly such as a Crystal Stimulator or Chernobyl. It is also a good idea to have along a few smaller Muddlers.

Fly Fishing In Yellowstone National Park: Quickies

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Fly Fishing In Yellowstone National Park: Tug Of War

June 25 through October 15
Fly fishing in Yellowstone Park is world famous, and the 3rd Meadow at Slough Creek is the most famous of all. It is legendary… and we can take you there on horseback! This trip is great for seasoned fishermen, but is also a beautiful ride and a great way to spend the day. We can also take you on horseback to fish the lesser known, lesser fished, but just as beautiful Hellroaring Creek or Cache Creek. Choose a guided trip to include an expert fishing guide or go solo with just your wrangler!

Nate Schweber is the author of Fly Fishing Yellowstone National Park: An Insider’s Guide to the 50 Best Places (Headwater Books, Stackpole Books, 2012).