With the cooler weather and frequent almost daily showers the Madison River is still producing day in and day out. There are daily hatches of caddis, PMD, nocturnal stone, and yellow sallies. Our best fishing has still been getting up early and hitting the river till about 2 or 3. We have been doing well both with the dry dropper game as well as the bobber lobbing. The fish are in their summer spots and look for them in all the faster bouncy riffles that the Madison is famous for. We have also been having some good luck with spruce moths up at the top of the river. Our best nymphs are still in the prince family as well as webby soft hackles as well as the red san juan.
Chubby Chernobyl tan 8-12, Royal PMX 14, Furminski caddis tan 14, Pruple Haze 14, Parachute adams 14, Elk hair caddis purple 12-14, Para spruce moth 12, Para yellow sally 14,
Pats rubber leg olive 12, Pats rubber leg tan 10-14, CDC Prince 12-16, Psyco Prince 12-16, Delektable sure strike yellow 12-16, Delektable sure strike peacock 12-16, North fork special black 12, North fork special tan 12, Soft hackle P tail 10-16, Purple lightning bug soft hackle 12-16, San Juan Worm Red 12,
Trevors in Natural, Trevors in Olive, Sculpzilla in black, natural or olive, Sparkle Minnow sculpin 10, Sparkle Minnow White 10-12, Shelia 4, Mini loop natural,
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