Find out where the fish are biting across the state of Montana, from the latest edition of the Montana Outdoor Radio Show.
August 17th Summaries
Angela Montana from MontanaOutdoor.Com and Jason President of the Montana Outdoor Radio Show Cpt Catchum Fan Club talks about their project to help Montana Residents with their wolf tags.
Bill from Rock Creek Marina says the weather is great, and says the Fishing for the Cure for Childhood Cancel Tournament is going on, and area fishing is still busy .
Bill from Bob Wards in Missoula reminds us about hunting season, and daytime closures for fishing.
Brett French Outdoor editor of the Billings Gazette talks about the recovering antelope populations.
Chancy at Snappy’s says area fishing’s been good, especially on Kookanusa for some nice salmon
Dallas at Highline Cleaners in Chester says Tiber providing fish 10-6ft deep with crank bait.
Dale from Don’s in Lewistown says Ft Peck has had fierce Easterly winds and is still producing walleye & Northerns.
Gene Fincher the Happy Hooker reports on the 15th Annual Mack Attack and Jig Fest. For more
information call Gene at (406) 261-6445
Gene Moore says there fish out there, and the warming weather will have an impact.
John Harris from Lakeside Resort in Trout Creek says pike, perch, walleye and bass are biting.
Noah from Rock Creek Marina says The Dry Arm has been pretty good for Northern and bass.
Rob at Ronan Sports and Western says the bass fishing on the Lower Flathead below the dam, is good.
Robert from Malta Marine says the fishing on For Shed has been great.
Ron Aashiem of Montana FWP says their Annual Block Management Guides are out, and you can register for those now. For more on this go to fwp.mt.gov.
Ryan from Bob Wards describes the MT FWP restriction on fishing and affected areas. In Helena terrestrials are still recommended for dry fly fishing.
Tammy from Northwest Sports in Eureka says kokannee fishing is best at 50ft.
Shawn Plakke the Montana Outdoor Radio Show Elk Hunting Guru has been out fishing, and has tips to prepare for the upcoming hunting season.
Shelby from Rocky Mountain Supply in Dillon says the beaverhead is fishing phenomenal.
Woody from Woody’s Lures in Townsend says the Yellowstone and Shield’s are doing well with dry flies.
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