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Old 06-21-2009, 04:36 PM
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I will be heading to southwestern wyoming for a week long fishing trip. I have fished the Yellowstone area before and BWOs and Hoppers did extremely well.
I will be there end of July. Any hatches I need to prepare for? I can tie BWOs and the like all day long but I cant get a Hopper down yet so I have to order them. I have generic hoppers, foam hoppers, joes and daves hoppers and recently started picking up a few tarantulas.
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cruddymutt: Where are you planning on fishing? Hoppers and Tarantulas are a good choice, I would also recommend some Stimi's for that time of year.

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For sure we will be fishing the Tri basin Divide for a few days. Would like to hit Meadow lake for some Grayling and might be heading north to Cody for Yellowstone Cuts although we already caught alot of them in the park last year.
Totally forgot about Stimis. I have a good assortment of Madam Xs and yellows as well as some generic stones and such.
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cruddymutt: Sounds like you are all set, hope you have a great trip and are able to get the cutt slam completed. Good luck! We are planning a trip over to the Tri basin Divide, just don't know when yet.

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