The fishing is getting close to starting to pick all across the state on the reservoirs and lakes. Trout fishing has been fair but the walleye, northern pike, and bass fishing will kick into full gear as the upcoming week’s weather forecast looks good for the first part of the week anyway.
This next Saturday is the official opening of fishing in Montana. Remember to stop by Bob Wards to get your licenses and all the fishing tackle and bait you will need.
The paddlefish season on the upper Missouri River, in central Montana, closed last Thursday, as the anglers reached the 500 quota set by FWP.
The Twisted Tea “Hot Fishing Spot of the Week” ended up being a unanimous selection. Is Lake Koocanusa for kokanee salmon and a close second was Bitterroot Lake west of Kalispell as the kokanee fishing is starting to pick up, according to Matt from Mo Fisch.
Also congratulations to Jack Wertz, from Galata, and Thomas Pierce, from Grass Range! They were the latest winners on the Kendall Four Seasons Subaru statewide trivia that we do twice every Saturday morning on the Montana Outdoor Radio Show. Read listen and win with the Montana Outdoor Radio Show and montanaoutdoor.com
Happy Mother’s Day! And have a Great Week!
Montana Fishing Reports 07/21/18
By Kamp Cook
TAKE WHAT THE RIVER GIVES!!!
By Montana Grant
Whitefish Bite on Flathead Lake?
Meetings Set to Discuss Upper Missouri 10-year Management Plan
Illegal campfire a problem on Wild Horse Island
By Moosetrack Megan
Two wolves vs. bow [VIDEO]
Paralyzed Glacier National Park Grizzly Bear Euthanized
Five Do NOTS of Dry Fly Fishing by Headhunters Fly Shop
Predatory Black Bear closes trail
Let’s talk…about Catchin the Big Ones!
Reynolds Lake Fire explodes overnight
A Personal Best at Peck
Back in the saddle (hackle) again (by Brett French)
Ravalli County RAC Soliciting for Nominees
Preparation of Wild and Scenic Rivers plan under way
Million Dollar Netting Effort Could be cause of Yellowstone Lake Trout Crash
BIKINIS, BOOBS,and BEER!!!
Central to Eastern Montana Fishing Report 7.18.18
Reynolds Lake Fire Reaches 250 Acres
Warmer water leads to higher mortality of walleye that are caught and released
Lewistown, the Full Draw Film Tour Is Headed Your Way!
A Multi-Species Fishing Day at Fort Peck!