Arnie from Thompson Falls pulled this hog out of Noxon on Friday. A whopping 24 pounds and a length of 40 inches. Both weighted and measured with a tape. He then took a ten pounder. I was unable to go with the two old-timers today because I had a pile of honey do lost to compleat. Let’s face it me we have to take care of the ladies when they ask. The ice is still 15 inches deep according to Arnie. It is changing every day so be safe out there.
This area is full of pike and I can not wait to have the ice clear so I can take clients to target these monsters with a fly rod. Montana Fishing Company is offering spring pike on the fly trips on Noxon.
Please contact outfitter Scott Anderson (Mt outfitter lic # 12494) at 406-210-0971 or visit their website at www.montanafishingcompany.com
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