Tributaries in the Western District open the third Saturday of May every year in Montana, opening up a lot of new waters we haven’t been able to fish since December! The cold nights and cooler days will provide some good fishing in the upper reaches...
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The first rule of piscatorial predation. Big Fish eat Little Fish. The first rule of Missoula’s Piscatorial Predators. Big Streamers catch big fish! There’s never a wrong time to throw a streamer. Unlike grasshoppers or Salmon flies, which appear at specific times, small fish are available...0
Missoula Fishing Report May 26th The Main rivers around Missoula are still running high from our spring run off. That is a good thing. The longer the rivers are high the longer the trout will have cold water during the summer. Even though they are running high...12
It's not all bad. We do have restrictions and the water is warm. But this is a great time of year to get out and do some exploring on some of our local creeks and alpine lakes. The tributaries are staying cold and there are more...0
The 3rd Saturday in May. That's a big day for all of us. The tributaries open up for the fishing season. We love fishing the main rivers. But the creeks and small streams are something else. Something special. Smaller water, tight casting, and sometimes surprisingly big...0