CHRONICLES OF YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK (part 3) - EOTG - Apr 22, 2013
THE FLY FISHING CHRONICLES OF YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK (part 3)
In late August through early September this is the time period that I want to on the Lamar River as often as I can and the reason is simple as this is the time period when the massive flights of ants appear on the water. Before I delve into any of the fishing days that I have enjoyed on the Lamar River I wish to discuss the importance of ants to both the angler and the trout. One should never forget that the wonder and beauty of the park, this morning as we came into the park heading for the Larmar we found the Big Horn Sheep out and about along the Gardiner River, and we stopped for photographs and then resumed are journey.
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