Warmer weather opens up area rivers in Northwest Montana
By Scott Anderson

Posted: March 3, 2012

The ice is starting to recede from most of the streams and rivers in Montana. Noxon as shown in the photo above is looking picture perfect. Some ice still remains in the shallows, but you won’t catch me on it. Weighing 270 lbs. I do not want to turn into a human bobber!

4 Rivers Shuttle Service did the first shuttle of the year on the Blackfoot river today.

The Bitterroot is still flowing strong and should be packed with anglers this weekend with the temperatures rising.

Rock Creek (left) is starting to open up and flow freely.

The Upper Clark Fork (right) is opening up as well.

Get ready cause fly fishing in Montana as we know it is about to blow wide open! Remember to be safe on the rivers and streams this weekend. Watch the shelf ice and use common sense. You will find me on the lower Clark Fork doing some research fly fishing for the up and coming guide season. Go to www.montanafishingcompany.com for the latest up to date river reports.

Montana Fishing Company is offering a spring special $375.00 for two anglers on a full day float!


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