The terrestrial fishing on the Upper Madison near Ennis has been the best we have seen in years. The water temperatures have been ranging between from the mid fifties to the mid sixties. While the river flows have been hovering around 1,260 CFS which is a little bit higher than norm for this time of year. These two factors may be what has lead to this great fishing.
August is here and the Fly fishing is still really good on the Madison River. The Madison River is a dry fly fishermans paradise right now. Hoppers, ants, caddis, moths and attractors are getting it done river wide.