After some heavy rain last week the Yellowstone river saw some waves of dirty water (some resembling chocolate milk) filter through. Rain has caused the upper rivers in the lamar valley of Yellowstone to wash heavy amounts of sediment into the river. Putting in above or below these plugs has been the ticket for consistent fishing.
Its looking like clear water in Livingston today and no rain in the forecast so this week should be excellent fishing as the entire river clears.
Its transition time on the river right now. Flows have dropped below 5,000 and the middle of the river is really starting to come into play. This also means the transition into terrestrials and big ones getting caught on hoppers. Its not on fire yet but when thrown in the right spot it can happen.