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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: 09/22/2020

The Gallatin has been fishing well. The fish are eating attractor dries like royal Chubby Chernopbyls and Trudes on the surface and some hoppers through the valley still. The surface activity has...

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Upper Madison

Last Updated: 09/22/2020

The upper Madison is still a great option for a fishy day on the river. Subsurface fishing has been great with black or coffee Pat's Rubberlegs with a worm off the back. Fish are also eating Baetis pa...

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Lower Madison

Last Updated: 09/22/2020

The Lower Madison is still a great nearby fly fishing option. Nymphing with a crayfish and a BWO nymph or a perdigon has been quite effective. They have been eating scuds, lightning bugs, and some wor...

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Yellowstone River

Last Updated: 09/22/2020

The Stone has slowed quite a bit. The mornings and evenings have been best and midday has typically been a little slower. Fishing nymphs have been really productive with rubber legs and Turds with Gre...

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Missouri River

Last Updated: 09/22/2020

The Missouri River is fishing great right now with nymphs. Small, natural Baetis patterns, sowbugs, and crayfish have been getting things done. Midges are also a good bet if they are acting finicky. S...

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YNP

Last Updated: 09/21/2020

The park is still an excellent fly fishing option. Terrestrial fishing had slowed with the cool weather but has picked up. The warmer temps have the hoppers and ants stretching thei legs in the after...

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Spring Creeks

Last Updated: 09/21/2020

Surprisingly the terrestrial action has returned. We have found fish willing to take small hoppers and ants in the afternoons. Baetis and midges are out and both of these hatches will get better with...

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Bighorn River

Last Updated: 09/21/2020

Tricos are growing thicker and thicker daily. Not great numbers of fishing rising to the tricos but an angler can find a few tanks feeding on their own throughout the day. Take a careful and calculate...

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