The fall season is upon us now as summer heads out with cooler nights and shorter days, bringing some of our favorite fishing of the year. There are about eight weeks left of primetime fishing conditions in Big Sky Country, so now is the time to act to get your share before it's too late. Terrestrial fishing is still our focus, but the fall mayfly hatches will begin soon enough and our trout will have one last feeding frenzy before winter arrives.
Speaking of winter, it appears a big El Nino is developing in the Pacific and we are hopeful that the snow piles up here and gives us some good water for the 2016 season. Currently there is some great fishing to be had in Montana, especially in the Yellowstone Region where the 'hopper bite has been excellent as of late. The summertime crowds have dissipated and it's a great time to find some solitude and fun fishing on all the waters we fish regularly.
The 2016 calendars continue to fill, so it's time to get serious about next year's trip if May, June and July are your target window. It's far too early to forecast conditions for the coming year, but we're here to brainstorm with you when you are ready, and it's never too early to begin daydreaming about the next adventure.
Enjoy your fall wherever you are, and hopefully we'll see you again in the next couple months.
Garrett and Pat
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