Flathead Valley Fishing Report by Snappy’s Sport Senter 3.4.21
By angelamontana

Posted: March 5, 2021
Lake Mary Ronan
Good ice in the 12 to 14″. Good numbers of perch in 20 to 25ft water.  Some salmon are being caught early morning in middle of the lake.

Ashley Lake
Good ice. Limits of salmon in the early morning near campground in 80ft water. Most people are having the best luck using Hali jigs or Swedish Pimples.

Bitterroot Lake
Good ice. North and South end are fishing well for salmon. Try the South end in 250ft water for big salmon on the bottom.  Be sure check your regs for salmon limits.

Dickey Lake
Doing well for salmon up to 15in. Try fishing near the day use lot on the back side or in front of the boat launch.

McGregor Lake
8in of good ice. Some small lake trout being caught in 100ft water. The Zimmer Rattle D’Zastors are really hitting well. Few reports of rainbows in the shallow water.

Middle Thompson
Big salmon being caught on East end in 70ft of water. Also hearing about a few big perch near Logan State Park.

Head out early in the morning for some nice cutthroat. Hang down in about 12ft of water. Few scattered reports of nice grayling as well.

Foys Lake
Lots of small rainbows in 20ft depth range. Use those small Ratso jigs for the best success.

Smith Lake
Great reports with lots of small pike and few big perch. Lots of ice out there.

Lower Stillwater Lake
Great numbers of perch on North end in 12ft of water. A few reports with pike and lake trout thrown in as well.

Flathead Lake
Good reports with high numbers of fish for those jigging deep South of West Shore State Park. Most reports are saying the fish are down about 180 to 200ft.  Also, reports indicating the delta is fishing well down 30ft with large whole fish.

Flathead River
Upper section near Kalispell has been producing some decent fish.  If you are Fly fishing, get out your nymphs or small streamers.  Be sure to check your regulations if you are spin fishing.

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