Sunday, January 6, 2019

Warmer Than Average

Sunrise Over The Spanish Peaks 

Things have been a bit balmy here in Southwestern Montana as of late. High 30's and low 40's are the norm here in the valley. We haven't scene much in regards to precipitation either. The Madison range is sitting at around 78% normal snowpack for this time of year. Pray that Old Man Winter wakes up and dumps some snow on us soon.
Brian Working A Good Seam 

Madison Rainbow

Madison Rainbow

 The one nice thing about the weather is the tolerable fishing conditions. This is good and bad, I've scene more people out and about then normal for this time of year. I fished the Upper Madison the other day and as usual things were very good. Be the first to hit a bank and you'll get into fish looking for those daily occurrences of midges. Any small #16-#18 midge in various colors seems to be doing the trick. I also managed a few on Rubber Legs and Eggs.
Brian Scoring A Good Winter Brown That Fell For Mikes Midge
Pink Stripe 

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