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Montana Fishing Reports


2011-03-02
10:16 PM

Lower Madison River fishing well - The Lower Madison River has been fishing very well. The fishing is still primarily with nymphs, but the trout are concentrated in deep slow runs and are suckers for egg patterns and worms right now. Not the most glamorous fishing but definitely pro more...
Brian McGeehan - Bozeman


2010-12-26
10:47 AM

Montana fly fishing forecast - Cold weather fishing is upon us. The last week or so has provided mild winter temps with highs in the 30s and fishing the Gallatin and spring creeks has been good. more...
Brian McGeehan - Bozeman


2010-11-09
3:47 PM

Montana fly fishing report - Montana fly fishing slowing down now that a large winter storm has settled in. We are at the tail end of our autumn fishing pattern and will now revert to our wintertime fishing mode. Trout will begin packing into slower and deeper runs. Fishing i more...
Brian McGeehan - Bozeman


2010-09-29
11:40 AM

Baetis, streamers and large montana browns - Montana fishing is quickly moving into fall mode. Browns are really colored up and are becoming very aggressive. Baetis are hatching every day and bringing trout to the surface. Cloudy days have produced lights out dry fly fishing and equally go more...
Brian McGeehan - Bozeman


2010-09-15
6:06 PM

fly fishing in montana - Fall is here and local rivers are fishing very well. Hoppers continue to be effective on warm sunny days. Cloudy and cool days have brought on the beginning of the baetis hatch. We have had several cool and rainy days that have produced some giant more...
Brian McGeehan - Bozeman


2010-09-04
7:52 AM

Montana Trout Action Hot Despite Cool Weather - I hosted a group of anglers for our annual trip to Crane Meadow Lodge in Twin Bridges, MT last week. Nick Reding, Bob Harness, Bob Reynolds, Jim Ewoldt, Howard Curtis and Dick Callaway, all from St. Louis, MO, Mike Perez and Dennis Kinley, from IN an more...
Capt. Rick Grassett - Beaverhead River


2010-08-27
2:35 PM

Montana fly fishing report - Montana fishing continues to be solid across Southwestern Montana. A great snow year has resulted in good flows and water temperatures. Trout are definitely looking up for hoppers and ants, but nymphing sculpins and smaller attractor nymphs continu more...
Brian McGeehan - Bozeman


2010-07-04
9:06 AM

Montana Fly Fishing - Nearly all rivers in Southwest Montana are either currently fishable or within a few days. The salmonflies are here and are now on the Upper Madison between Ruby and Ennis. I have also heard that they are in the Gallatin Canyon and we should see th more...
Brian McGeehan - Bozeman


2010-06-21
1:33 PM

Montana Fishing Update - Rivers in Southwest Montana are beginning to clear from run off. The Madison is already fishing great with big hungry fish being caught on stonely patterns with attractory nymphs behind. Other rivers such as the Yellowstone and Gallatin are just a more...
Brian McGeehan - Bozeman


2010-04-18
1:25 AM

Montana fly fishing report - Local rivers are really turning on. We hit the Ruby on friday and wrecked 'em on an awesome baetis hatch...fish porpoising everywhere! The Lower Madison is a bit off color from wind on Ennis lake. Several friends have had great reports on the Yell more...
Brian McGeehan - Bozeman

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Specific Montana Fishing Report Locations:

Beaverhead River (4)

Big Hole (1)

Bitterroot River (2)

Blackfoot River (1)

Bozeman (23)

Clark Fork River (1)

Gallatin River (7)

Jefferson River (12)

Madison River (2)

Missouri River (1)

   

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