Montana Fishing Report 6/28/14
By Kamp Cook

Posted: June 28, 2014

Looking to get out and drown some bait? Find out where the fish are biting, with the latest outdoor reports from across Montana.

June 28th Summaries
Bill Brown at Bob Wards says the rivers are high but good, mornings are best streamer fishing, it’s looking good this week end. In the Hamilton area the Bitterroot is doing really well.
Brett French Outdoor editor of the Billings Gazette discusses his survey of Montana’s anglers.
Chancy at Snappy’s says area fishing is doing well. McGregor Lake is producing trout, and Kokannee fishing down by the dam.
Charlie from Don’s in Lewistown says the Missouri River is high & little muddy but it’s producing catfish.
Dallas at Highline Cleaners in Chester says it’s a good time to hit Tiber Dam for walleye.
John Harris from Lakeside Resort in Trout Creek says the Bass, pike, and perch are starting to liven up.
Mary Beth Kibler of Kibler Outfitting says Ft Peck has been awesome. To book a Summer fishing trip call Kibler Outfitting at 406-557-2503.
Leonard from Roberts Bait and Tackle says the fishing is going well on Canyon Ferry Reservoir.
Linda at Rock Creek Marina says last week’s Pike Masters Tournament was a great success.
Rob from Ronan Sports and Western says the Mission Valley area is producing large mouth bass.
Ron Aashiem reminds us about Super Tag deadline to apply ion July 3rd. To get more information go online to
Ruth Ann North at Tiber Marina says the folks that went out Friday did well.
Ryan from Bob Wards says in the Bozeman area The Upper Madison is hot. In Helena, Canyon Ferry Lake is producing out of the North end.
Sharon from the Silo’s RV says fishing on Canyon Ferry Reservoir is great, and describes a great lure that is used on bottom bouncers. For more info call 406-266-3100.
Todd Young from the MT Walleye Governors Cup says there are 86 teams already signed up. For more information call the Glasgow Chamber of Commerce 7 days a week at 406-228-2222.
Woody from Woody’s Lures in Townsend says area rivers are slow, but the lakes are producing.