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Montana Hunting and Fishing Adventures in Montana

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Montana Hunting and Fishing Adventures is a fly fishing business in Hamilton, Montana. Please view the pinpointed location for Montana Hunting and Fishing Adventures on the Google Map to the right. If you'd like directions to this destination, please click here for directions (provided via Google Maps). Montana Hunting and Fishing Adventures provides first class fly fishing float trips on many of Montana's Legandary water's. Also offering full service biggame hunts for Elk, Deer, Bear and Mountain Lion in the beutiful Bitterroot Valley.We provide as much instruction as needed or wanted to insure the best possible experiance for our clients.Contact for details
Business type: Guide Service
Business name: Montana Hunting and Fishing Adventures
Address: 870 Sleeping Child Rd.
City: Hamilton
State: Montana
     

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Jim Mitchell (montanafishingguide) reported - 1 - Excellent fly fishing: Today the upper root was on fire. we used a brindle shute with a renagade trailer and had fish on all day long. (09/04/09)
Jim Mitchell (montanafishingguide) reported - 1 - Excellent fly fishing: The river is fishing well still lot's of water for this time of the year. Cool evenings and warm days make it pleasant nice for the angler. There are good mayfly hatches when it warms up the hopper and droper is allways a good choice lots of midges thruout the day. Get out there and catch some fish before hunting season starts. (08/25/09)
Jim Mitchell (montanafishingguide) reported - 2 - Good fly fishing: With the warm temps be prepared for the tubers. Pmd's Yellow Sallys and Hoppers on top. Try a size 10 prince with a red copper john or sw worm off a bobber for more action. (08/04/09)
Jim Mitchell (montanafishingguide) reported - 2 - Good fly fishing: With the warmer temps the upper river is fishing the best. Use drys till the fish lay down in the heat of the day then nymph till it cools in the evening. Hoppers Pmd's and Yellow Sally's are the bugs to use. The water is being released from Painted Rocks Reservoir so the floating on the West fork is easy again. (08/04/09)
Jim Mitchell (montanafishingguide) reported - 1 - Excellent fly fishing: The spruce bud moth is out in force use a size 14 tan Caddis in the holes and runs and be ready for lots of fish. (08/04/09)
Jim Mitchell (montanafishingguide) reported - 1 - Excellent fly fishing: We are now into the summer fishing on the Bitterroot. There are bugs bugs bugs.
Golden stones in 14, 12, 10, hoppers in 12, 10 Yellow sallys in 16 adams in 14, 12 and caddis in 16,14 along with many others. Nymph in the mourning db stones and girdle bugs with san wans, pheasant tail and hares ear for droppers. when the bugs start poping then go to the drys, hoppers and goldens with droppers or dry trailers. nymph again in the heat of the afternoon then back to the drys when it cools down in the evening. (07/14/09)
Jim Mitchell (montanafishingguide) reported - 1 - Excellent fly fishing: The salmon flys are out on the west fork and the fish are on them. It's a little fast but clear. Today there WERE 4 kinds of stones out SALMON, GOLDEN, BITTERROOT' and YELLOW SALLYS but ALL YOU NEED IS A SINGLE SALMONFLY. Have fun but be extra careful there are a lot of nasty log jams out there this year. (06/19/09)
Jim Mitchell (montanafishingguide) reported - 3 - Fair fly fishing: The north fork has good visibility the main is muddy did OK on worms and eggs there were salmon flies around Thibodeau and lots of caddis and some yellow sallys in the canyon. (06/17/09)
Jim Mitchell (montanafishingguide) reported - 2 - Good fly fishing: The Root is still dropping and clearing there are salmon fly shuck's at Woodside and Wally Crawford. One of our guides reported the flys around darby on the 10TH. It's shaping up fast the season is here the river is up so treat it with respect and be careful and have a good time. (06/11/09)
Jim Mitchell (montanafishingguide) reported - 3 - Fair fly fishing: Most of the small streams in the area are running clear and dropping. The river is still off color but dropping also. With the high water be extra careful out there be ready for the salmon flys and have fun (06/10/09)
Jim Mitchell (montanafishingguide) reported - 4 - Poor fly fishing: All the rivers in our area are rooted at this time. Take some time and prepare for the salmon flys. The lakes and streams are open, some of the small streams are running high but clear and offer some great fishing give one a try. Be extra careful this time of the year the wading can be very dangerus be safe and have fun. (05/23/09)
Jim Mitchell (montanafishingguide) reported - 4 - Poor fly fishing: The Bitterroot is rooted and going to get worse before it gets better. Get ready for the salmon flys. If you have to fish the river fish the braids and soft water and be extra careful. A lot of lakes are open give that a try be safe and have fun. (05/14/09)
Jim Mitchell (montanafishingguide) reported - 2 - Good fly fishing: With the colder weather the Bitterroot and both forks are back in shape. Get out and get some fishing done it won't be long and the warm weather and blown out rivers will be back. Be safe and have fun. (04/30/09)
Jim Mitchell (montanafishingguide) reported - 3 - Fair fly fishing: With the water on the rise good luck on the main river fish the back channels and the soft water. the west fork is the best option nymphing and startig late is the way to go its still pretty boney from the dam to mm19. ok from there down look out for sweepers there are quit a few just hanging there waiting to get someone thats not paying attention. be extra careful this time of year make shure of whats ahead have fun and be safe (04/24/09)
Jim Mitchell (montanafishingguide) reported - 3 - Fair fly fishing: The river was just getting good and now here comes the high water.
fish the side chanels and back waters.Its time for the west fork to come into play nymphing early will be the best option for now. (04/21/09)
Jim Mitchell (montanafishingguide) reported - 2 - Good fly fishing: bugs out are skwala, March brown and nemora. got as many eats on nemora as the skwala paterns lots of march browns out and the fish are liking them. (04/09/09)
Jim Mitchell (montanafishingguide) reported - 2 - Good fly fishing: there are plenty of march browns, skwala, nemora, and bwo's fish these as nymphs early and dry's when it warms up after noon. (04/05/09)
Jim Mitchell (montanafishingguide) reported - 2 - Good fly fishing: The pike are in the spawning areas on the lower Bitterroot there are lots of bwo a few nemora nymph early and go dry when things get warmed up. (04/05/09)
Jim Mitchell (montanafishingguide) reported - 2 - Good fly fishing: Fished from old darby to wally yesterday it was very cold the eyes on our rods didn't stop icing up until afternoon.There were midges, nemora and a few skwala's.Tried dry's for an hour or so with no luck. double bead stones with droppers did the trick. (03/28/09)
Jim Mitchell (montanafishingguide) reported - 2 - Good fly fishing: The skwalas are migrating found some adults today fishing with drys well only get better from here on out.
nymph early with skwalas and your favorite trailer when things warm up go to skwalas with ether a midge or nemora dry or the worm dropper. the season is finaly here get out and have some fun. (03/19/09)
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Jim Mitchell (montanafishingguide) wrote - Bear Creek is a tributary of Bitterroot River. Located west of Victor this small stream flows east out of the Bitterroot range.
Filled with boulders pools and pockets. It has a trail that follows it to the headwaters, past the south and north forks by Bryant lake and into Idaho. The water here is so clear you can steep on a sand bar and get your feet wet. The fish here are small but what they lack in size they make up for in appetite and numbers. (06/19/09)
Jim Mitchell (montanafishingguide) wrote - Blodget Creek is a tributary of Bitterroot River. Located west of Hamilton this small stream flows east out of the Bitterroot range.
Filled with boulders pools and pockets this creek is a beutiful green. It has a trail that follows it to the headwaters. The fish here are small but what they lack in size they make up for in appetite and numbers. The scenery is spectacular the stream is flanked on both sides by massive granite cliffs. Mountain goats make their home in this drainage.
(06/19/09)
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