Re: Yellowstone Lake Thorofare
pack & go to the small lakes and their surroundings (streams - fish moved from place to place) the deeper and farther the better fishing!
All possible types of standard dry flies (I like "dry" caddisflies) wooly buggers, on one lake tried stoneflies nymph and quite successfully...
We had two weeks at the park last September, only heard about bears, that they were feeding on the carcass of bison, wolves also... do not go near the bisons, you do not know what they have in mind)
For entire park catch and release (carefully) on cutthroat trout, mountain whitefish, greyling... for other trouts depends on area!!!
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Last edited by argail; 07-09-2013 at 09:51 PM.