Hard to beleive we are almost into August. Fishing continues to be steady all over the Treasure State. Hear the latest border to border fishing reports for Montana, from the latest episode of the Montana Outdoor Radio Show.
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Bill from Bob Wards says mornings and evenings are producing best.
is slowing down as it heats up a bit, when bass fishing you have to go deep. In
is producing down deep.
Brett French Outdoor Editor of the Billings Gazette shares his mountain biking trip up Whitefish. To get more from his article, check it out at www.montanaoutdoor.com.
Carolyn Persico from the Rock Creek Mercantile says beaware of the hoot owl restrictions on the rivers & streams.
Chancy from Snappy’s in Kalispell says been some good reports on
Cherene the Adventure Queen says Bitterroot conditions for fishing are good.
Chris Markum of the Stone Fly Fly Shop in
says areas rivers are fishing well in the morning hours.
Dale at Don’s says catfishing’ is still rock solid, and Ft Peck West End is producing with a jig leach bite.
Eddie Mindt owner of the Lakeridge Lodgings & Bait Shop says the salmon season are going really good.
Heath Headley FWP explains the process to get Chinook Salmon into Ft Peck Reservoir.
Jim at Westside Sports in
says the fish are biting on the North end of Nelson.
John at Lakeside Resort in Trout Creek on Noxon Rapids Reservoir is hosting the Tri-State Bass Tournament.
Leonard Roberts from
says Holter is still doing good on perch.
Ron Aashiem of the Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks reminds us permit deadlines and hoot owl restrictions. For more information go to www.fwp.mt.gov. to find out where you sit on the hunting roster for deer, elk and antelope.
Ryan of Bob Wards says remember there are hoot owl restrictions from Shed Bridge to the mouth of the Gallatin in the Bozeman area, for the Upper Madison mornings are best, The Yellowstone the fishing is picking up on smaller Flashy Nymphs.
anglers it’s time to get the boat out on
at the Silos on Canyon Ferry in
says the fishing is pretty good and most are heading North on the water.
Tammy of Northwestern Sports in
says the local waters are a bit slow, the reservoir is producing when you go deeper.