Summer is near. Technically we can consider it summer now that we have seen Memorial Day come and go. It is the hottest time of the year for fishing. Know before you go and hear all the latest fishing reports from around Montana.
May 30th Summaries
-Bill from Bob Wards says fishing the Big Hole is doing really good. Georgetown Lake is doing well for those fly fishing.
-Bill from Rock Creek Marina says the Rock Creek Tournament is this week.
-Brett French Outdoor Editor of the Billings Gazette talks about fishing with the Captain and his weekly article at Montanaoutdoor.com.
-Chancy from Snappy’s in Kalispell says kokannee fishing is looking good.
-Dale at Don’s says there are some fish being caught on the Missouri River, and catfish are starting to come again strong.
-Jim from Westside Sports in Malta says fishing on Nelson continues to warm up.
-John at Lakeside Resort in trout Creek says The NBS Bass Tournament yielded almost 1 ton of bass!
-Kiel from the Rocky Mountain Supply reports from Dillon says there’s been quite a bit of moisture this past week.
-Mike Markum of the Stone Fly Fly Shop in Butte says area fishing is doing good despite the rain like on the Big Hole.
-Rob from Ronan Sports and Western says Nine Pipe Reservoir is doing well for bass fisherman.
-Ron Aashiem of the Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks reminds to apply for your antlerless deer & elk licenses Monday June 1st, for more information go towww.fwp.mt.gov.
-Ruth Ann from Tiber Marina describes their tournament going on this weekend.
-Ryan from Bob Wards in Bozeman Hyalite Reservoir and Creek are open and producing, in Butte the Beaverhead, Clark Canyon reservoir, and Georgetown Lake have been fair, in Helena the Mighty Mo is slow due to the weather, but Canyon Ferry Reservoir is producing
-Sharon from The Silos from Canyon Ferry Reservoir says Canyon Ferry is getting some good fish action on the East side.
-Todd Young of the Montana Governor’s Cup reports from Ft Peck.
-Woody Schuler from Townsend says it’s pretty muddy out there in the waters, and slowed down the fishing.