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Old 03-17-2011, 01:54 PM
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Question Best Time for Dry Fly Fishing in South Central Montana

I'm thinking of taking a trip to the south-central Montana area (headquartering about 20 miles north of Gardiner, MT, bordering north Yellowstone) sometime this year, and since my normal fly-fishing is limited to tailwaters - meaning pretty much sub-surface tiny nymph action - I'm hoping for the dry fly surface action that I really like best.

Can anyone suggest the best time or times of the year - hopefully good weather - that would be optimum for my preferred dry fly action? I will have access to some private water in case the usual summer over-crowding of the public access areas is too much for me, so I won't avoid a prime time summer trip as I usually would.

All suggestions gratefully appreciated.
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