It’s early July in 2021. After a winter of average snow pack, and a long, steady run-off that brought snow down from April 20th on, the freestone rivers of Missoula are feeling the effects. Hoot Owl restrictions are in place on the Clark Fork River from the confluence of...
Runoff is here, and it’s here to stay. The weather is warm, and the mountains still have snow. We’re going to have high water for the next five weeks. But that’s no reason you can’t fish. It’s not like the fish get to go on vacation when the...1
Good news folks, with the expiration of Governor Bullock’s Stay At Home Directive, We are able to open our shop up for business starting Friday, May 1st. This is exciting and we are looking forward to seeing you back in the shop. We will be open everyday of...0
At the time of this writing, Montana has one of the lowest counts of confirmed Covid-19 cases in the United States. Our local and state officials have made a lot of quick acting steps to slow the spread down before it gets out of hand. Time will tell how...0
Missoula Fishing Report The water around Missoula is big right now. The Graphs are showing a downward trend. What does that mean? Your guess is as good as mine. Hopefully it means that we can fish in the next few days. More rain and heat is...15
Missoula Fishing Report October 29th Mid to high 40's for the week...10
Missoula Fishing Report October 27th The days are getting shorter and a little bit cloudier. The fishing has been tricky. All around, streamers have been doing well lately...4
Missoula Fishing Report October 21st The fishing is looking up. Though the weather ison and off, it is giving us something to work with. Cloud coverage and colder days are moving in, making for good mayfly fishing and just more prolific hatches in general. Be sure to...4