Hear where the fish are biting from across the state of Montana, from the latest edition of the Montana Outdoor Radio Show.
June 15th Summaries
Bill Brown at Bob Wards says the Bitterroot River is up so be careful, and the Salmon Flies are starting up, and in the Missoula area the Clark Fork is coming down and folks are doing well with caddases and green drakes.
Bill from Rock Creek Marina says the walleye bite has changed from jigs & minnows to bottom bouncers, worms, and leaches.
Bobby Culp of the Montana Outdoor Radio Show says Canyon Ferry Lake is producing walleye, and he caught a 28 incher Friday.
Brett French Outdoor editor of the Billings Gazette said the Crappie Bite has started on the Tongue River Reservoir.
Chancy at Snappy’s says Ashley Lake is doing well on the kokannee.
Dale from Don’s in Lewistown says the streams are blown out a bit, and Ackley Lake’s doing well on trout. For walleye, the lake is unbelievable, Hellcreek, Dryarm, & Forshed bay.
Gene Fincher the Happy Hooker reports on The 4th Annual Father’s Day Festival June 15 & 16th, only place for tickets the day of, is at Happy’s Inn, Snappy’s, and Sportsman Keyhouse.
John Harris from Lakeside Resort in Trout Creek says on Noxon Rapids Reservoir, the pike are coming on strong.
Leonard from Roberts Bait and Tackle says the walleye bite is starting to come on at Holter.
Mary Beth Kibler of Kibler Outfitting says between the storms Hellcreek Marina is producing.
Rob at Ronan Sports and Western says kokannee is great on Lake Mary Ronan & Hubbard Reservoir trolling or jigging.
Robert from Malta Marine says fishing on Nelson is good between the rainstorms.
Ron Aashiem says July 1st through August 31st is archery only season for paddle fish in the Ft Peck Dredge Cut area, otherwise the catch and keep season is done for paddlefish.
Ryan at Bob Wards says in Helena the Missouri River is doing well, and in Bozeman there have been sighting of salmon flies on the Big Hole.
Shelby from Rocky Mountain Supply in Dillon says fishing the Big Hole is great with the salmon hatch.
Tammy from Northwest Sports in Eureka says the kokannee on the reservoir are heading North biting on wedding rings and maggots about 30ft deep.
Todd Young from the MT Walleye Governors Cup describes the 26th Annual MT Walleye Governors Cup and says Ft Peck is doing really well right now also.
Woody from Woody’s Lures in Townsend says the Yellowstone is doing very well.
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