The Madison River is fishing good right now. The biggest challenge to catching fish is the weather and the famous spring Madison Wind. You should see hatches of BWO’s each and every afternoon and the fish have taken notice. They are on the nymphs earlier then look for heads in the calmer water behind rocks, the inside bends and slicks. The bobber lobbers will still do well with nymphs in the morning and evening and even during the hatch. Typical Madison stuff like rubber leg stone fly nymphs, eggs and techy mayfly nymphs will keep you bent. Flows continue to be stable and water temps are getting right to the sweet spot. If your floating it is a bit boney and expect to trade some paint with a few rocks. The powers that be at the dam are holding a bit of water this spring and keeping the river a bit low. Our opinion this is good conservative thinking as we might need every drop come summer.
Shuck Off BWO 14-16: Purple Haze 14-16: Parachute Adams 14-16: Para P-Tail 14: RS2 Olive 16-18
Pats Rubber Legg in black or coffee/black 6,8,10: Copper John 10,12: Zebra Midge 14,16,18: San Juan Worm 10,12: Soft hackle PT 14: Laniers Lucient 14,16: Hide a bead Baetis 14,16: Psyco May 14,16: Delectable Hurless Stone 6,8,10: Mega Prince 6,8,10: Flashback P-Tail: Hide a bead Baetis 14,16,18: M’s Anto May Olive 14,16,18
Sparkle Minnow Sculpin size 4, sparkle Minnow Ghost Size 6, Sculpzilla Olive 4,8: Bow River bugger size 6: Mini Loop Sculpin 6: Haymaker sculpin olive, Grand Master Flash Brown,
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