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Montana Trout Fly Fishing Reports

Check out our Montana fly fishing reports, to learn more about the current condition from some Southwest Montana rivers and streams. Know the condition before getting out there and have fun and hook up hopefully.

Gallatin River

Last Updated: 11/28/2020

The Gallatin has been fishing well through the valley and canyon stretches. Nymphing has been the best using Pat's Rubberlegs in Brown or coffee, with a small Prince Nymph or...

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Upper Madison

Last Updated: 11/28/2020

The upper Madison is still fishing really well. This tailwater fishes well throughout the Winter season especially higher up closer to the Hebgen dam. The fish seem to enjoy a...

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Lower Madison

Last Updated: 11/28/2020

The lower Madison has been fishing well, especially when it warms up around noon. If it isn't too cold or windy, you should expect to have good luck with sub-surface...

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Yellowstone River

Last Updated: 11/28/2020

The Yellowstone River does not fish great during the colder months of the year but with how mild the weather has been the Stone can produce some fish in the...

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Missouri River

Last Updated: 11/28/2020

The Missouri River has been fishing well below the dams. Nymphing has been the most productive, but we should start to see some more Midge activity in the near future...

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YNP

Last Updated: 11/02/2020

 YNP fishing season is now closed for the season. COVID 19 COMMUNICATIONS – Oct. 29, 2020 Store capacity is limited to 5 guestsFace coverings are mandatory – we have...

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Spring Creeks

Last Updated: 11/28/2020

The Spring Creeks near Livingston are good options this year. The water stays at the same temperature when a lot of other areas start to build ice and move slush...

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Bighorn River

Last Updated: 11/28/2020

The Bighorn River has been fishing ok. Most of the fish being caught are while nymphing. Your standard Bighorn flies like Zebra midges, Orange Scuds/Sowbugs, crayfish, worms, and Baetis imitations...

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