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Montana fly fishing report

Brian McGeehan
November 9, 2010
Bozeman - Freshwater 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 in the mornings is not productive, stick to the afternoons when temps rise. The best fishing is generally noon to 4pm. Midges can sometimes bring fish to the surface on a warm and sunny day, but nymphing will produce the best results.

Wade fishing generally outproduces float fishing. It is best to stick to just one or two good runs that hold fish and work them hard since they may have over a hundred fish. Spring creeks are also a great bet with the elevated water temps.

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Montana Angler Fly Fishing provides guided fly fishing trips on Montana's most famous trout waters including the Yellowstone, Madison, Gallatin, Missouri and Bighorn rivers. We are based in Bozeman at the epicenter of some of the world's greatest trout fishing. With a fleet of both drift boats and fishing equipped rafts we are able to guide on amazing variety of waters.

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Montana Angler Fly Fishing
76 Lucille Lane
Bozeman, MT 59718
Phone: 406-570-0453
Alt. Phone: 406-522-9854
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