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Bozeman Fishing Reports


2013-11-21
11:48 AM

Southwest Montana Fishing Report - Winter is approaching but not quite here. Brown trout are still spawning, some are spawned out and others will be spawning in the next few weeks. Some of the largest lake run browns seem to be late spawners and don't arrive in the rivers until late more...
Brian McGeehan - Bozeman


2013-09-26
7:28 PM

Late September Montana Fishing Report - Montana Fishing Report Overview Early Autumn is a transition time on rivers and streams across Montana and some exciting options present themselves as nights get longer and water temps begin cooling down. Fishing is generally very good but is also more...
Brian McGeehan - Bozeman


2013-04-19
11:30 AM

2013 Montana fishing forecast - For anyone making a trip West this season here are some forecasts on what we expect for the 2013 season. Generally by late April we have a pretty good idea of where our snow pack is. Most of the watersheds in Southwest and Western Montana are current more...
Brian McGeehan - Bozeman


2012-10-18
2:46 PM

Montana fly fishing in October - October is here and it is time to swing for the fences! October is well known for being one of the best months for landing trophy sized brown trout. Browns will be beginning to spawn in November but they are already moving in the rivers and becoming more...
Brian McGeehan - Bozeman


2012-02-23
4:45 PM

February fishing - The fishing has definitely been above average on local waters with the milder temperatures. We are now in a wet weather cycle that is bolstering the snowpack but the rivers are in great shape. Mostly a nymphing game still but rivers like the Madiso more...
Brian McGeehan - Bozeman


2012-01-12
3:45 PM

Montana winter spring creek fishing - We have had a few guide trips out on the local spring creeks in the last few weeks. The mild winter is also producing some nice fishing on freestone rivers like the Gallatin. The spring creeks are always a great option in the winter. Some like DeP more...
Brian McGeehan - Bozeman


2011-11-17
7:35 AM

Novermber fly fishing in Montana - As we move into the late fall there is still some very good fishing opportunities to be had. The morning fishing is pretty tough with the colder temperatures, but the late morning and afternoon hours have been more productive. The baetis hatch is win more...
Brian McGeehan - Bozeman


2011-06-10
1:02 PM

Madison River Continues to Fish Well - The Madison is still fishing well in spite of the big run off that is currently underway in Montana. Madison river fishing is most productive below Hebgen Dam and Quake Lake. Beaver and Cabin come in between the lakes and put in some mud, but there more...
Brian McGeehan - Bozeman


2011-05-09
11:29 AM

Montana fishing update - The mother's day caddis hatch is in full swing on the Yellowstone and Lower Madison. The Yellowstone muddied up a bit the other day after a few days of warm weather that melted low elevation snow. We currently have a cool front moving in bringing r more...
Brian McGeehan - Bozeman


2011-04-15
11:20 AM

Montana Fishing Report - Montana's snowpack is in great shape and 2011 promises to be another great water year. Montana early spring fishing can be very productive. When air temperatures are in the 40's and higher it is time to head out for your favorite stretch of water. Mi more...
Brian McGeehan - Bozeman

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