The morning of June 25th, 2011 dawned clear and at 7:30 A.M. the air temperature was a balmy 45 degrees, those cool temperature ensured that there was no early morning surface action. The Yellowstone River was holding steady and had not overrun the spring creeks, today we would once again be fishing the fabled waters of Armstrong's Spring Creek. The anglers I was fishing had started their trip on the 18th of June and they had put in long hours and had decided that today was going to be conduct in a more leisurely manner.