THE FLY FISHING CHRONICLES OF YNP (part 10) - EOTG - Jul 29, 2013
THE FLY FISHING CHRONICLES OF YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK (part 10)
Soda Butte Creek is approximately twenty miles in length. It is a long major tributary to the Lamar River and is located in the northeast corner of Yellowstone National Park. During the past ten years this stream has become one of my personal favorites to fish and I believe that Soda Butte Creek offers some of the finest dry fly fishing to be found within the borders of Yellowstone National Park.
On October 5th 2011 there was a gathering of fishing friends on Soda Butte and neither the fishing nor the day of friendship disappointed any of the participants. Today wasn't really a guide trip though I have a hard time turning it off and I wanted the day to be memorable for all of us.