Lamar River is a fly fishing location in Wyoming.
This destination has an elevation of approximately 5967 feet.
Please view the pinpointed location for Lamar River on the Google Map to the right.
If you'd like directions to this destination, please click here for directions (provided via Google Maps).
Doc Knoll (Knoll) reported -
2 - Good fly fishing:
Several anglers left the shop and headed into the Park to fish the northeast corner. The lower Soda Butte area was fishing well but the area from the Butte to Trout Lake had been plowed into a continuous riffle by the spring run off... and that is a shame. there were many good holes and undercuts that made for interesting fishing in this stretch of water.
The afternoon was spent on the lamar from the Soda Butte confluence to nearly Cache Creek. Many fish were taken on terrestrial patterns with a large black foam ant (#12) being the biggest winner. Later in the evening the beatis hatch began and lasted for 1/2 hour. Such is October fishing in this area. (10/05/11)
John Kozakis (jkozakis)We just got back from 5 days fishing on the Lamar from a campsite in the Lamar Valley in Yellowstone. This was one of the best trips I've ever taken. We went in on horseback with a loca outfitter (H.A. Moore) and never had a day that we caught less than 100 fish. All beautiful Yellowstone Cutties ranging from 10" - 19". What an experience! (1/19/13)