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Montana Fly Fishing
Montana Fly Fishing Report
2014 has been another great fishing year in Southwestern Montana. This time of year
the colors are beautiful, the wildlife are moving around more and the fish are active.
The area snow pack was 139% in the spring and the fishing on our area waters have
been world class as always. According to Montana Fish. Wildlife & Parks - "The
Beaverhead River is one of Montana's premier brown trout fishing rivers, producing
more large trout, particularly brown trout, than any other river in the state." The local
FWP fisheries biologist, Matt Yeager, is working on some great projects to benefit the
Beaverhead River. The Big Hole River is one of the most scenic and productive rivers in
the state and will be a great choice for anglers as well our other area waters. The
Beaverhead Watershed Committee has a great project in-the-works to enhance the
waters in Poindexter Slough Public Spring Creek. If all the funds are obtained work will
begin December 1, 2014. If you would like to contribute to this incredible spring creek
that is open to the public we can direct you to the name and address of the fund. Just
call or email us. And, we will get you the details.
2013 Season Recap
The Big Hole - The fishing started out in late March
with streamer and nymph fishing and continued
through April with Skwalas on warmer days . Over
the past winter we had a tremendous amount of
snow in the mountains and we had an exceptional
season on the Big Hole River. The Mother’s Day
Caddis came off the middle to end of May.
The Beaverhead - In April and early May we had
excellent fishing due mainly to strong Caddis and Blue
Wing Olive Mayfly hatches, and small nymphs. The
secret is still not out about the great early spring
fishing. Early June had outstanding nymph fishing
with fewer anglers than later in the month when the
PMD's and Yellow Sally hatches started. July was a
great dry fly fishing with Yellow Sallies continuing
throughout the month and great nymph fishing.
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