Hear where the fish are biting around the state from the latest edition of the Montana Outdoor Radio Show.
June 29th Summaries
-Bill Brown at Bob Wards says Browns Lake has reports of trout in the deeper water. The Bitterroot River is doing well for fly fisherman in the Darby area with salmon flies, yellow Sally’s, green drakes, pmd’s, golden stones.
-Brett French Outdoor editor of the Billings Gazette says the temperatures have prompted a spike in the run off for the rivers.
-Chancy at Snappy’s says kokannee fishing on the Middle Thompson’s been really good for those getting out early in the mornings trolling with your usually kokannee gear
-Dale from Don’s in Lewistown says Spring Creek is settling out and trout fishing is on.
-Dallas at Highline Cleaners in Chester says Tiber has been doing well on walleye, for more information call 406-759-5265.
-Gregg from Tongue River Marina and Reservoir says the fishing is good for more information call 406-757-2225
-John Harris from Lakeside Resort in Trout Creek says Noxon Rapids Reservoir the perch are on fire, and few walleye and pike are being caught out on the lake.
-Leonard from Robert’s Bait and Tackle re-caps the Canyon Ferry Walleye Festival and his boat malfunctions. Holter is still pretty slow on walleye
-Rob at Ronan Sports and Western says the Lower Flathead River is settle down and fishing’s good for trout and Northern Pike.
-Robert from Malta Marine says fishing on Nelson is slowing down, and Forshed is doing well.
-Ron Aashiem of Montana FWP says the 5th of July is the deadline for Super Tag applications.
-Ryan from Bob Wards in Helena says the Mighty Mo is fishing great.
-Tammy from Northwest Sports in Eureka says the recent rain has slowed down the kokannee a bit.
-Todd Young from the MT Walleye Governors Cup talks about their event end of July and how to attend.
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