Month: March 2018

Flathead River Fishing Report 3-30-18

Flathead River Fishing Report 3-30-18

I got out on Flathead River yesterday for the first guide trip of the 2018 season. Fishing was a little slow but there were a few trout that were hooked. Fish were found in slower deeper runs and were brought up with heavy nymph rigs with worm variations and stoneflies […]

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This Land is Your Land: Comprehensive River Management Plan

This Land is Your Land: Comprehensive River Management Plan

“The times they are a changin” here in the Flathead River drainage. The United States Forest Service (USFS), as well as Glacier National Park are teaming up to form a new comprehensive river management plan (CRMP) for the forks of the Flathead River, which is designated Wild and Scenic. This […]

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Flathead River Fishing Report 3-24-18

Flathead River Fishing Report 3-24-18

I was able to get out with some fishy friends the other day for a short float on the upper main stem of the Flathead River. Getting into the House of Mystery put-in is still a pretty interesting endevour. You cant quite drive down there yet but you can push your […]

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Fishing Report 3-21-18

Fishing Report 3-21-18

Flathead River Fishing Report 3-21-18 As the daily temperatures slowly starts to rise in the Flathead valley, so does the upper river’s trout populations. We are starting to see a few more fish in winter holding water every time we hit the river. There have been small bumps in the […]

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