227: A Conversation about Yellowstone Runners

Yellowstone runners are the big brown and rainbow trout that move up from Hebgen Lake into Yellowstone National Park’s Madison River each fall. In this episode, we discuss Chester Allen’s delightful book, Yellowstone Runners: Chasing a dream fish in Yellowstone National Park during the Madison River’s Famous Fall Run. Allen is a terrific storyteller while also providing all sorts of fishy information for those considering a fall trip to the Madison.

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2 Replies to “227: A Conversation about Yellowstone Runners”

  1. I’m an avid fly fisherman, in both fresh and salt water, and I enjoy and I look forward to your podcast. Love the detail you express. It’s very important, and certain items I’m sure will be important to different people. None the less, I appreciate what you guys are doing.

  2. There is much variety in Yellowstone.
    We have stayed in Cooke City just outside of the park in the northeast sector park entrance. This gave us close access to the Lamar Valley Rivers where we had luck on Slough Creek, Soda Creek and Lamar for cutthroats. Mostly caught on a variety of caddies type dry flies. A great vista and catching experience that should not be missed.

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