Fly Fishing Montana  by Brian & Jenny Grossenbacher

Fly Fishing Montana Guide Book

by Brian & Jenny Grossenbacher (No Nonsense Fly Fishing Guidebooks)
Fly Fishing Montana  by Brian & Jenny Grossenbacher
This guide gives you a quick, clear understanding of the essential information you'll need to fly fish in Montana's most outstanding waters. You will not waste time. In a few moments, you will know where to go and how to fly fish. Take this guide along for ready reference, or use it to plan your Montana fly fishing trip. Either way, you'll have enough information and your fly fishing experience will be new, fresh, and fun. Come along with the Grossenbachers as they guide you through beautiful Montana- a fly angler's mecca.

© 2007 Brian and Jenny Grossenbacher/No Nonsense Fly Fishing Guidebooks. All Rights Reserved.

Trails from the "Fly Fishing Montana" Guide Book
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If you believe that good things come in small packages, then you will certainly find a gem in the Beaverhead River. The Beaverhead originates below the Clark Canyon reservoir and twists and turns for ...
Dillon, MT - Fly-Fishing
Lewis and Clark referred to it as the “Wisdom,” but the name “Big Hole,” coined by early trappers and settlers in reference to the high elevation valley through which the river flows, stuck, and that ...
Glen, MT - Fly-Fishing
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Considered to be one of the few significant trout streams in Central Montana, Big Spring Creek is the third largest freshwater spring in the world and bubbles to the earth’s surface in the foothills b ...
Lewistown, MT - Fly-Fishing
The Bighorn River is 112 miles in length; however, most anglers find interest in the 13-mile stretch below the Afterbay Dam (just a few miles downstream from the Yellowtail Dam) at the town of Fort Sm ...
Saint Xavier, MT - Fly-Fishing
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The Bitterroot comes to life at the convergence of the East and West forks of the Bitterroot respectively, just north of Conner, and continues north for 97 miles to its confluence with the Clark Fork ...
Hamilton, MT - Fly-Fishing
A beautiful river by anyone’s standards, the Blackfoot has more than just good looks. It has sheer pull-yourself-up-by-your-bootstrap guts, and a remarkable comeback story. If you are looking for the ...
Ovando, MT - Fly-Fishing
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Next to the definition of “Trout Stream” in the dictionary, there is a picture of the Boulder River. Gin clear water tumbles over perfectly rounded rocks, surrounded by stands of lodgepole pine and as ...
McLeod, MT - Fly-Fishing
Despite the environmental atrocities upstream, the Clark Fork from Missoula to the Idaho border is a recreationalist's dream. Pleasure floaters, whitewater enthusiasts and fishermen alike find sanctit ...
Frenchtown, MT - Fly-Fishing
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The Clark Fork River is a living paradox. In spite of its origin at the base of the largest superfund site in the United States, it still maintains a rich population of aquatic life throughout much of ...
Drummond, MT - Fly-Fishing
The main stem of the Flathead begins at Blankenship Bridge where the North Fork and Middle Fork of the Flathead come together. The South Fork of the Flathead joins shortly downstream to complete the t ...
Polson, MT - Fly-Fishing
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The Middle Fork of the Flathead enjoys the title of Montana’s “Wildest River,” due to its careening whitewater path through the Bob Marshall Wilderness, the Great Bear Wilderness and along the southwe ...
Essex, MT - Fly-Fishing
The North Fork of the Flathead originates in British Columbia and flows south for 57 miles in Montana to the confluence of the Middle Fork just outside of West Glacier. The upper 42 miles in Montana i ...
Martin City, MT - Fly-Fishing
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As one of the last truly wild rivers in the lower 48, the South Fork of the Flathead offers anglers a unique backcountry fly-fishing experience. The South Fork begins in the heart of the Bob Marshall ...
Martin City, MT - Fly-Fishing
Unbeknownst to most anglers, the Gallatin River served as the stunt double for the Big Blackfoot River during the filming of Norman MacLean’s, A River Runs Through It. One of the three forks of the Mi ...
Belgrade, MT - Fly-Fishing
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The three forks of the Missouri were named after members of Thomas Jefferson’s cabinet during the Lewis and Clark expedition. Ironically, it is the president’s namesake river that has fallen the great ...
Cardwell, MT - Fly-Fishing
The Kootenai is perhaps Montana’s best Blue Ribbon secret, and due to its distant location in the extreme northwest corner of the state, it is likely to stay that way. Even by western standards, the K ...
Libby, MT - Fly-Fishing
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The Madison River originates at the junction of the Firehole and Gibbon rivers in the northwestern corner of Yellowstone Park. Its modest beginnings as a meandering meadow stream underscore the fact t ...
West Yellowstone, MT - Fly-Fishing
Exiting the shallow Ennis Reservoir, the Madison pours into the Bear Trap canyon with enough energy to earn its Class IV whitewater status year-round. Hiking trails parallel the river throughout this ...
McAllister, MT - Fly-Fishing
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Upon exiting the park, the Madison River enters the 13-mile Hebgen Lake which offers anglers a shot at the infamous gulpers—large cruising trout that readily feed on dry flies with a gluttonous, audib ...
McAllister, MT - Fly-Fishing
The Missouri River from Canyon Ferry damn to Hauser lake although short, enjoys productive popular spawning runs in the spring and fall for rainbows and browns. Be prepared to share this busy stretch ...
Wolf Creek, MT - Fly-Fishing
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