Re: Montana Fishing
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Posted by LJM on September 01, 1998 at 14:14:24:
In Reply to: Montana Fishing posted by Bill Findlay on August 31, 1998 at 16:06:07:
> Has anyyone ever been to Montana to fish? I am going the end of September to the Big Horn. I don;'t know about teh weather that time of year, or anything for that matter. I am new to flyfishing, so this ought to be a babtism to beat all. Any tips or information would be greatly appreciated.
> I have neoprene waders, so the water will not be a problem. My rod is a five six, nine foot. This should get the job done I think. Any suggestions?
I'm going to Montana next week to see my son who works in Glacier National Park, so I'll give you a full report. I fished in Yellowstone several years ago and it was unbelieveable! You can actually cast a line out there, instead of the poke, dab and roll cast that is necessary in the south east.
I would recommend stopping by a fly shop. Buy a license, some stuff and ask for advise. I've dealt with "Don Bailey's" in Livingston and have always been treated great. If you can afford it, you might want to get a guide for a day. A good guide will show you all that you need to have a wonderful experience.
If your real lucky, you might be able to achieve the "Rocky Mountain Grand Slam". (4 species of trout..brook, cut, brown & rainbow)
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