Well, I just returned from southwest Montana/Yellowstone. We stayed at Red Cliff Campground, witch is on the Gallatin. The Gallatin is where the film "A River Runs Through It" was filmed. For those who don't know, This is a tremendous part of our nation folks! Anyway ... I did not fish in Yellowstone because many of the rivers were closed to fishing. However, along the Gallatin, just outside the park's border, at a place called "Taylor Fork", the fishing was great. Locals told me that the river was running low, and farther north one could see this to be true. However, at the Taylor Fork, it was fine. The fish were hiting on hoppers. There was a spinner fall in the evening, and Copper Johns were working mid day. If you all are looking for somewhere to go, I recomend you go there. I did not have the chance to fish the Madison and would have liked that. However, it was a good adventure.