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Fishing Reports by Capt. William De Shaw


2009-07-15
8:39 PM

Jefferson starting to fish - Just got off the Jeff. We caught several nice Trout. Bite was pretty slow until early pm. River still high, and off color. We had some action on bead head dark Woolly Buggars, and bead head Prince Nymphs. Tried a bunch of different bugs, but these we more...
Capt. William De Shaw - Jefferson River


2009-07-02
6:12 PM

The Jeff is starting to clear and drop. - The Jeff is starting to drop, visibility is nearly 2 feet. Fishing should be good using big dark bugs near the bottom, and mayfly imitations just off the bank where the clearest water is. As the water clears and drops, action will improve using the more...
Capt. William De Shaw - Jefferson River


2009-06-24
6:43 PM

High water still rules in SW Montana - Hi Everyone, The water is still dark on the Jeff, and Gallatin, and Yellowstone, and very high. The Jeff will be another 2 weeks before it starts to drop and clear. The lower Madison will still fish as it has stayed fairly cool. Upper Madison will more...
Capt. William De Shaw - Jefferson River


2008-12-26
2:57 PM

Rivers are iced up now - Well, we have alot of hard water this time of year. Sorry I have not been able to keep you updated, but, like I reported to you before, we had to spend 6 weeks in Billings at the Cancer Center as the wife had to be treated their. Looking forward to more...
Capt. William De Shaw - Gallatin River


2008-10-07
5:48 PM

Great fall fishing ahead - Hi everyone, Sorry I have not turned in any reports lately. I have been in Billings the last 6 weeks with my wife Fayle, as she has been undergoing cancer treatment. We have had to put off everything to fight this battle. (She is doing very good!!) more...
Capt. William De Shaw - Gallatin River


2008-09-11
4:29 PM

Great early fall fishing on Gallatin river - Hi everyone, The night time temps are cooler, and the water is cold thru out the day. The fishing is holding up longer, as the fish are more active. Flows are good. Hoppers are still working, along with the usual attractor nymphs. I still have my more...
Capt. William De Shaw - Gallatin River


2008-08-25
10:48 AM

Fall fishing on the Jefferson - Hi everyone, We are expecting to have a great fall on the Jeff. September will see better flows, and much cooler weather. The Gallatin will be much the same. Come on out. I am still running my $175 special all fall, on the Jeff. For the Gallatin, $2 more...
Capt. William De Shaw - Jefferson River


2008-08-11
10:41 AM

Gallatin fishing very well - Hi All I had a trip on the Gallatin last week, and it fished very well. We caught some nice Browns and Rainbows before the bite slowed during the heat of the day. Nymphs under a strike indicator did the trick. We had a couple of trout break us off, more...
Capt. William De Shaw - Gallatin River


2008-07-27
7:11 PM

Jefferson River still in great shape - Hi everyone. I had a trip on the Jeff this last week. The full moon slowed the fishing down quite a bit. We still caught some fish, but the bite was slow, and we had to work for every pull we got. The moons changing now, and the bite has come back. more...
Capt. William De Shaw - Jefferson River


2008-07-15
2:01 PM

Jefferson River fishing very good - Hi everyone, I just had a 3 day trip with a great bunch of guys from upstate NY. They booked their trip via this website, and took advantage of our Jefferson River July Special. ($175 per day, Guide Service for 2 anglers!!) The 1st day, ( July 10t more...
Capt. William De Shaw - Jefferson River

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