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Montana Hunting and Fishing Reports 8/27/16
By Kamp Cook


Summer is nearing the end. Big game archery season is just around the bend. Hear how people all over Montana are spending their last remaining days of summer. Hear all the border to border hunting and fishing reports from the Montana Outdoor Radio Show.

August 27th Summaries
Bill from Bob Wards says Rock Creek is doing great right now. In Hamilton Lage Cuomo Lake is doing well.
Bill from Rock Creek Marina says the Dry Arm has been picking up on walleye and Northerns.
Brett French Outdoor Editor of the Billings Gazette reports from Rochester, New York. Check out his weekly report at www.montanaoutdoor.com.
Carolyn Persico from the Rock Creek Mercantile says May Flies are out, and fishing Rock Creek is good.
Chancy from Snappy’s in Kalispell says the Whitefish bite on Flathead Lake is slowing up, and the perch bite is still decent.
Charlie at Don’s says Ackley Lake is the place to be.
Eddie Mindt owner of the Lakeridge Lodgings & Bait Shop says the fishing is doing well most of the time, but it has been slow at times.
John at Lakeside Resort in Trout Creek says Noxon Rapids Reservoir the pike are turning on strong.
Leonard Roberts from Great Falls says Holter is producing a lot of trout & an occasional perch and walleye.
Chris from the Stone Fly Fly Shop in Butte says the fishing is best in the morning hours.
Ron Aashiem of the Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks reminds us about permits, deadlines, and licenses. For more detailed information go to www.fwp.mt.gov.
Ruth Ann from Tiber Marina reports on the Kids Fish on Tiber Marina last week.
Ryan of Bob Wards says in Helena Little Blackfoot & Prickly Bear is a gorgeous place for small water and nymphing is best. Canyon Ferry early morning and evenings are best. In the Bozeman area The Yellowstone River & Tributaries from Gardner to Laurel are closed indefinitely due to a parasite fish kill that started last week. In the Butte area Georgetown Reservoir is fishing well on Goddard Caddis and Spruce Moth Patterns.
Tammy of Northwestern Sports in Eureka says the kokannee are starting to run up the river to spawn.