After two days of floating the South Fork of the Snake with a friend from Idaho and landing 90% Browns we were beat. That's a lot of water, one section about 25 miles and not much time to stop and fish. Unfortunately I had an issue with the SD card in my camera and lost all of the photos from those two days. The next day we hiked into the Fall River just inside the park in the SW corner and had some great fishing first working downstream for a couple of miles with nymphs and then back up again using hoppers. Some nice rainbows and a few cutthroat and not another fisherman in sight. Then it was on to West Yellowstone and three days fishing the Yellowstone in the park. Absolutely incredible fishing!! There was a sporadic mayfly hatch but most of the fish caught were on small bead head nymphs. One day we each landed 10 fish and only two of them between us were under 20" with most in the 21"-23" range. It's hard to find a more beautiful fish and what they lack in fighting quality, they more than make up for it with color. In three days fishing the Yellowstone I landed 22, lost 8 and broke off 3. Pretty darn good fishing for the middle of August!