Fly-Fishing Trails in Montana
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Fly-Fishing Trails in Montana

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Montana has 27 fly-fishing trails. The most popular trails are Beaverhead River, Flathead River, Middle Fork and Bitterroot River. Trails.com member James F. recently completed Flathead River, Middle Fork.
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The Bitterroot comes to life at the convergence of the East and West forks of the Bitterroot ...
The Smith River runs 121 miles from the town of White Sulphur Springs to the confluence ...
Just as Greenland and Iceland share names with polar opposite descriptors, so does the ...
The Missouri River from Canyon Ferry damn to Hauser lake although short, enjoys productive ...
The three forks of the Missouri were named after members of Thomas Jefferson’s cabinet ...
Unbeknownst to most anglers, the Gallatin River served as the stunt double for the Big ...
As one of the last truly wild rivers in the lower 48, the South Fork of the Flathead offers ...
The Middle Fork of the Flathead enjoys the title of Montana’s “Wildest River,” due to ...
A beautiful river by anyone’s standards, the Blackfoot has more than just good looks. ...
Considered to be one of the few significant trout streams in Central Montana, Big Spring ...
The Bighorn River is 112 miles in length; however, most anglers find interest in the 13-mile ...
As the river weaves its way under I-90 and through the heart of Livingston, the scenic ...
The longest free-flowing river in the lower 48 states, the Yellowstone River begins high ...
The Swan River begins high in the Mission Mountains, twisting and turning through verdant ...
Exiting the shallow Ennis Reservoir, the Madison pours into the Bear Trap canyon with ...
The Madison River originates at the junction of the Firehole and Gibbon rivers in the ...
The Kootenai is perhaps Montana’s best Blue Ribbon secret, and due to its distant location ...
Rock Creek is the quintessential freestone trout stream in Western Montana. Careful regulations, ...
The Paradise Valley is home to three of the most prolific spring creek fisheries found ...
The Missouri river has changed dramatically since Lewis and Clark led their expedition ...
The North Fork of the Flathead originates in British Columbia and flows south for 57 miles ...
The Clark Fork River is a living paradox. In spite of its origin at the base of the largest ...
If you believe that good things come in small packages, then you will certainly find a ...
The main stem of the Flathead begins at Blankenship Bridge where the North Fork and Middle ...
Despite the environmental atrocities upstream, the Clark Fork from Missoula to the Idaho ...
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