Where can I fish in Missoula?

Where To Go Fishing

  • Clark Fork River.
  • Bitterroot River.
  • Blackfoot River.
  • Rock Creek.

What is the best month to fly fish in Montana?

October Fly Fishing in Montana Many of our long time Montana fly fishing clients feel that October is one of the best times to experience fly fishing in Montana. There is solitude on the river, the fall colors make for amazing scenery, and the fly fishing is great.

Where can you go fly fishing in Montana?

12 Best Places for Fly Fishing in Montana

  1. Gallatin River. Lone fly fisherman on the Gallatin River.
  2. Madison River. An angler on the Madison River.
  3. Missouri River. Angler heading onto the Missouri River near Wolf Creek Bridge.
  4. Yellowstone River.
  5. Blackfoot River.
  6. Big Hole River.
  7. Clark Fork River.
  8. Bitterroot River.

Is fly fishing good in Montana?

From the famous tailwaters boasting trophy fish and some of the highest fish per mile counts in the country to our many freestone rivers filled with wild trout, Montana truly is the last best place for a fly fishing trip.

What fish are in the Blackfoot River?

Excellent fly fishing for brown trout and rainbow trout is found throughout most of its length in a very nice, relaxing setting. The Blackfoot River has both very good access and is quite long (130 miles), helping to spread the use around and to keep the fly fishing pressure down to manageable levels.

What is the best time to trout fish in Montana?

Winter (November – March) We fish year round here in Montana. What we look for is a day that is not too windy and air temperatures above 32 degrees. You want to concentrate on the warmest part of the day, such as 10am-2pm, when the trout are most active this time of year.

Where can you trout fish in Montana?

Top 10 Trout Rivers To Fish In Montana

  • Missouri River.
  • Madison River.
  • Gallatin River.
  • Big Hole River.
  • Yellowstone River.
  • Bighorn River.
  • Smith River.
  • Clark Fork River.

Where can I catch big brown trout in Montana?

In the spring and fall we consistently catch more big fish as they move into the river from the lake below to spawn or feed behind other spawning fish. The Madison River above Quake and Hebgan lakes is a great place to see this and catch a monster Montana trout.

How deep is the Bitterroot River?

about three feet
Once you’ve gone south to Florence Bridge and above, the average depth of the Bitterroot is about three feet. This is on a western Montana trout river that can be over 125 feet wide in places. The upshot of all this is you have a river that wades much like a small stream, with all the characteristics of a big river.