The year 2010 offered plenty of fishing. Below is a slice of the pie, in pictures.
January: Yankee Jim Canyon on the Yellowstone River.
February: Montana steelhead.
March: A windy night on the lower Madison. Fishing was good though (for almost everyone).
April: Skwalas were everywhere this spring. This one is ready to spread her seed.
May: As the ice peels back on Hebgen Lake, the trout get hungry. Clay is pulling in another slab.
June: Trout Lake, Yellowstone National Park. No fishing in the inlet.
July: Big stoneflies in Yankee Jim result in many cutts brought to hand.
August: Accentrella hatch on the Clark Fork. There was also some crazy flying-ant hatch that day that got the trout excited.
September: Charting lower Sixteenmile Creek. Beautiful area, but few and small fish.
October: Streamer day on the East. They still wanted the buggy Hare's Ear, though.
November: Upper Madison rainbow. The black Girdle Bug is all you'd ever need up there.
December: Darlington Ditch's S-curves. The section on which you won't get harassed.
Here's to 2011!