Some of the world's most famous rivers are found in Southwest Montana including the Madison, Bighorn, Yellowstone, Bighole, Beaverhead, Gallatin and Jefferson
Central Montana is best known for the Missouri River tailwater and Smith River Canyon but many other lesser known gems are also found here
The rivers in the Missoula region include favorites such as the Clark Fork, Bitterroot, Rock Creek and the Blackfoot
Northwestern Montana is home to the Kootenai tailwater and several great back country rivers including the headwaters of the Flathead River system
Learn about fly fishing on Montana's Blue Ribbon rivers and streams.
Montana's best gulper fishing over the calibaetis hatch can be found on lakes such as Hebgen and Ennis in Southwest Montana
Some of Montana's largest lakes such as Canyon Ferry are found in Central Montana and are home to some large trout along with warmwater species
Western Montana is home to some great stillwater fishing including Georgetown Lake
Northwest Montana is home to some huge lakes such as Flathead Lake and Hungryhorse Reservoir
Explore the fishing opportunities on Montana's lakes and ponds.
Yellowstone National Park is home to some of the West's most hallowed fly fishing waters such as the Lamar, Yellowstone, Gardiner, Firehole, Madison and Slough Creek to name a few
Glacier National Park is not as famous as Yellowstone for trout fisheries but it does have some special backcountry gems
Explore and fly fish the legendary waters of Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks.
Montana fishing changes by the season. Research how conditions change based on time of year
Weather in the Rockies in famous for its fickle nature
Find out what rods, reels and line setups are appropriate for Montana waters
Information related to Montana's primary towns as gateways to great fishing
Information on rates for Montana fishing licenses as well as Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks
Articles and book reviews related to fly fishing in Montana and surrounding National Parks
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Plan for your Montana fishing trip. Find out when to come, what equipment to bring, browse blog articles, and more
Closeups of wild trout from Montana and Yellowstone National Park