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Old 08-04-2008, 10:11 AM
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Either the 10th or 11th next week.
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I'd go for the Madison it will be hot and slow on the green in the afternoon.
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Thanks Davo, I'll let everyone know how the Madison fishes when I get back. Depending on how it goes, I'll also be planning another trip next July.
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The Madison was a great tip. My buddy had the time of his life and caught many fish. I think he's hooked and talking about tackle now. We fished all day but a couple of hours into the float we stopped for a break and the guide and myself turned to look at my buddy. We noticed his line go tight and saw what had to be the biggest brown I'd ever seen turn to run with his fly. That broadside view had the guide screaming to keep his line taut. I caught a similar sized rainbow that bent my hook 20" into the fight. What a quality day of fishing. The rest of the trip was pretty productive in Yellowstone as well. Thanks to the many contributors for your sound advice.

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Hi Frank

Thanks for the plug!! I actually was one that recommended the Madison over the Green. Glad they had such a great trip!!

Guiding here in Jackson has been slow this year for sure. People are just not spending any money. Lots of them in town but not many trips being booked.
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