.......................  ....................  ...Fly Fishing Yellowstone National Park
May 01, 2016

2016 Fishing Season - National Park Streams:
The fishing season begins the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend, or May 28th,
and extends through and includes the first Sunday in November. Exceptions to this
are noted in each of the
Regional Regulations sections within the Fishing
Regulations handbook issued by the National Park Service.

Also, note that there are areas within the park that are permanently closed to
human entry and disturbance, have seasonal area and trail closures, off-trail travel
and daylight hour limitations, and party size recommendations. See the Bear
Management Area restrictions within the
Yellowstone Backcountry Trip Planner for
specific rules and information.

In addition, some streams may be temporarily closed to fishing on short notice to
protect fish populations in mid-summer due to low water levels and high water
temperatures.


Gear, Equipment and Trout Flies:
We will help make sure you have the right kind of gear and equipment for the
streams you want to fish, as well as provide you with a list of recommended flies for
any of the streams at any given time frame. We base this on having taken samples
using professional entomology equipment of the food including the aquatic insects
in all the streams in the park, at various times of the season over a period of
several years. Fly recommendations are based on the most available and plentiful
food for the trout at the particular time and place you fish, not a trial and error
basis or what Joe Blow caught fish on the week before. Our suggestions are based
on the time of the month, water temperatures, weather history and its affect on
water temperature, weather forecast, hatch charts we have developed, and other
factors we have in our huge data base. We also happen to be the only company in
the World with specific imitations (flies) of all of the important aquatic insects in all
stages of life applicable to fishing.

Do You Need A Fly Fishing Guide?
If your plan on fishing inside the Yellowstone National Park and you have fly fishing
for trout anywhere else in the world, you shouldn't need a guide. The streams are
easy to access and easy to fish. If you have never fly fished before, you may want
to consider hiring one. Drift boats are not allowed inside the Yellowstone National
Park.

If you fish the rivers outside the park and you have fly fished anywhere in the world,
you probably don't need a guide. If you want to fish from a boat drift boat and/or
want to hire a guide, we will be glad to help you. If you want to make a backcountry
fly fishing and camping horseback trip, we will help you set that up with a reliable
outfitter. We do not guide and we do not  receive any compensation or kickback
from any we recommend. We only recommend outfitters and guides that we are
very familiar with.

Let us help you plan your 2016 Yellowstone Country fly fishing adventure. Just give
us a call anytime at
800 - 594 - 4726, or drop us an email at
sales@perfectflystore.com, and we will help you anyway we can. We can set
you up with everything you need and recommend the best times and places for you
to stay and the best streams and lakes you can fish based on the time and your
experience and preferences.

Streams Outside Yellowstone National Park: These
still have open seasons in many sections of the rivers.

Madison River (from Hebgen Lake to Ennis):
Weekly Updated Fishing Report

Yellowstone River (Outside the Park)
Weekly Updated Fishing Report

Gallatin River (Outside the Park)
Weekly Updated Fishing Report

Shoshone River, Wyoming:
Weekly Updated Fishing Report

Snake River near Jackson, Wyoming:
Weekly Updated Fishing Report

South Fork of the Snake River, Wyoming:
Weekly Updated Fishing Report

Ruby River, Montana:
Weekly Updated Fishing Report

Henry's Fork Snake River, Idaho:
Weekly Updated Fishing Report
Options For Selecting Flies:

1. Email us at  
sales@perfectflystore.com with the
dates you will be fishing Yellowstone
Country and we will send you a list of
our fly suggestions. Please allow up to
24 hours for a response.

2. Call us at 800-594-4726 and we will
help you decide which flies you need.

3. Call or email us with a budget for
flies and we will select them and get
them to you in time for your trip.

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