Montana Fly Fishing Rivers
by Montana Angler Fly Fishing
“Southwestern Montana is home to some of the best fly fishing rivers on Earth. The amazing diversity of wild trout waters ensures that there is destination to match nearly all interest and skill levels. The vast variety of waters and hundreds of miles of blue ribbon rivers and streams within a short drive helps to spread anglers out and ensures that there is always a “hot river” to visit. No one river is always on fire regardless of how famous it is. Our guides keep close tabs on the many different rivers, spring creeks, lakes an small streams that we target to ensure that our guests have the best chance at a productive day on the water.”
Among the rivers listed is the Missouri River.
“Another of Montana’s world famous rivers, the Missouri is formed when the Madison, Gallatin and Jefferson rivers join at Three Forks. The river below Huaser Dam near Craig is a productive tailwater filled with abundant fish in the 17-19″ class (and some bigger). We also fish the Upper Missouri above Canyon Ferry reservoir in the spring and the fall when huge trout run out of the lake. If you want to swing for the fences and try for a fish in the 25-30″ range, this is the place.” Read more>