MENU
Lake-Link Home
LOGIN
LOG IN
CURRENTLY 39°
MOSTLY CLOUDY
WINDS SOUTHEAST @ 9MPH
HUMIDITY 65%
VISIBILITY 10MI
DEW POINT 28°

Yellowstone Lake, Lafayette County

Yellowstone Lake, Lafayette County
SHARE THIS PAGE
GET MORE LAKE INFO
DISPLAYING 1 TO 10 OF 1,323 POSTS
FILTER OPTIONS
8/10/20 @ 8:29 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (60%)
Waning Gibbous
gustama
User since 7/6/20

Went out on 8/1 and caught a couple of cats on the west bank.  Trolled the area north of the dam and had a couple of hits, but nothing stayed on.  Left when the wind picked up.  

6/24/20 @ 4:42 PM
MrMusky101
User since 5/3/03

Anyone catching any fish?

Catfish even quit biting.

6/15/20 @ 3:06 PM
esox80
esox80
MEMBER since 1/4/05

Yes there are muskies. Low population. Nothing too big.


6/15/20 @ 10:25 AM
LIFECHANGER
LIFECHANGER
User since 6/13/20

Is there a population of muskies in Yellowstone?  

6/14/20 @ 10:08 PM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (37%)
Waning Crescent
CONDITIONS
Sunny
AIR TEMP
61° - 65° F
MrMusky101
User since 5/3/03

June 14

Nothing biting.

Got a couple of bass and a golden shiner.

Might as well quit the boat in.

6/2/20 @ 10:42 PM
wootnshoo2
User since 7/17/10

Jbird, yes we all realize that your time is more valuable than everyone else's, but please dont block a busy boat launch. Just have your son idle the boat around as you get your trailer. Get in line, back your trailer into the water when it is your turn and load up.

6/2/20 @ 9:56 PM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (87%)
Waxing Gibbous
CONDITIONS
Sunny
AIR TEMP
86° - 90° F
MrMusky101
User since 5/3/03

Fished the Stone from 8-12

June 2. Very slow. Caught 2 smallie's. 

5/30/20 @ 8:09 PM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (57%)
Waxing Gibbous
CONDITIONS
Sunny
AIR TEMP
71° - 75° F
jbird68
jbird68
User since 1/24/05

Made it to the lake around 9am. Was nice and sunny but the wind was blowing very well. We only caught 2 fish. My son caught a 2.94 pound large mouth and I caught about a 7 inch golden eye shiner. We attempted to leave around 2:30pm. We waited about 20 minutes to get a chance to get out boat out of the water. As I was going to get the truck and trailer someone on a boat said to my son that we were in his way and we should have waited for everyone else to put their boats in before we took ours out. Sorry, but I'm not waiting for everyone else to do that when they take 10-20 minutes to launch a boat. I had my boat on the trailer in about 3 minutes and off the ramp, out of the way. Apparently there is no social distancing as we saw a boat that had 6 people in it that you could tell probably didn't all live together (boyfriend/girlfriend). The boat ramp was BUSY! The water was cloudy with low visibility. We mailed fish but we're not getting bites fishing with a bobber. Caught the bass with a tube jig about 20 minutes after we got on the water. Probably won't be back to this lake any time soon.

5/30/20 @ 9:25 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (57%)
Waxing Gibbous
fishjerry
User since 1/16/05

We camped at the state park last year and I got a nice 18" walleye by the dam.  Of course the small bluegills also.

5/29/20 @ 11:28 PM
jbird68
jbird68
User since 1/24/05

Thanks for the info. I was on the DNR website and couldn't find information on park fees. We've been to Blackhawk and Governor Dodge in the past couple of years. Never been to Yellowstone. A friend of mine said his son had been catching crappies and bluegill and thought I would give it a try since in not catching much on my home lakes. I'm about 1 1/2 hour drive to get there. Hopefully the boat traffic won't be too much.

DISPLAYING 1 TO 10 OF 1,323 POSTS
Advertise here
Advertise here
Please take a moment to visit our sponsors. Without them we would not be here.