East Gallatin Fishing Report
The East Gallatin remains high but is on the drop and should be fishing very soon. Large nymphs and streamers will work best as the river drops and clears, but caddis and PMD’s will take over soon as the East tends to exit runoff rather quickly. Flows need to drop well below 100 cfs before any decent wade fishing can result and below 50 is better if you are accessing from bridges and trying to stay in the high water mark.
The Month Ahead:
Once flows drop the East always fishes well over the PMD hatch in late June and early July.
Long Term Fishing Forecast:
The East should fish well all summer barring extremely hot temperatures. Look for an exceptional Trico hatch in August.