Montana Angler Fly Fishing Blog

Fly Fishing in the Rain for Monster Montana Browns!

Montana Brown Trout Fishing
While the faint of heart may cringe at the thought of spending the day on a river on a cold, wet, gloomy day; die hard anglers salivate at the chance. Seasoned Montana fly fisherman understand that inclement weather offers the best shot at hooking up on a monster brown. Giant browns like the 25"...Read more

Salmon Fly Hopper

Montana Hopper Fishing
The dry fly fishing in Montana has been hot and getting hotter. I was fortunate this week to guide a skilled angler, John, into some exciting dry fly opportunities. On Wednesday, we enticed lots of eats on size 6 rogue salmon flies on the upper reaches of the Yellowstone just below the park. We...Read more

Post Run-Off on the Upper Madison

Madison River Fly Fishing
We fished the Upper Madison today on a guide trip. The river has been steadily dropping (currently at 1850 cfs) and the water clarity is improving to about two feet of visibility. Although we didn't net a large number of trout today, we interacted with some true hogs. The moderate visibility...Read more

Fishing through run off

Fishing During Run Off in Montana
As we hit the latter stages of winter and cabin fever has fully overtaken, many of us start daydreaming about the warmth of spring sun and fishing. Whether you live in Montana or are maybe planning a fly-fishing trip to Montana, one factor that we all must account for when making our fishing plans...Read more

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