Yellowstone's Fall River

September 10, 2005 By: Marshall Cutchin

Throwing floating flies at fish that gather at the base of falls may feel strange, but it works. “The Fall River just inside the southwest corner of Yellowstone National Park is an awesome destination, whether you bring your fly rod or simply opt to play the part of a gawking tourist. Cave Falls, where I stood atop a streamside rock and cast the buoyant hopper into the froth, is inspiring for both fishers and tourists.” Chris Hunt in the Pocatello, Idaho State Journal.