Montana Fly Fishing Books
Montana is rightly considered the finest fly fishing destination for spot in the lower 48. Montana has more trout rivers - all home to native born trout - than any other state. As such, anglers who plan on fly fishing in Montana for the first time often end up with overload, as the state is just so big and has so many fine quality trout waters that new anglers often don't know where to begin.
Well, that's where these Montana fishing guidebooks come into play. All of these books shown below explore the fly fishing waters in Montana to one degree or another. Using a Montana fishing guidebook as a way to get introduced to Montana fly fishing is virtually guaranteed to help a visiting angler both pick a place to start fishing as well as to dramatically improve the odds that you'll catch something worth remembering.
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|Fishing Yellowstone National Park, 3rd: An Angler's Complete Guide to More than 100 Streams, Rivers, and Lakes : Some of the best sport fishing in and around Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho is found in Yellowstone National Park. Cutthroat trout, browns, rainbows, brookies, lake trout, and grayling are among the premier game fish found in the park's pristine lakes, powerful rivers, and meandering streams. Fishing Yellowstone National Park describes all the waters and their fishes, so anglers will know exactly when and where to fish, how to get there, and what kind of fly, lure, or other gear to use.    Buy at Amazon.Com|
|Fly Fishing Montana's Missouri River : Badovinac covers "how, when, where, and with what to fish the Missouri River in western Montana...fly fishing for trout on the Blue Ribbon section between Holter Dam and the town of Cascade. The book is about patterns that work and itís about how to fish those patterns. Itís about leaving your troubles behind and enjoying the sport of fly fishing.    Buy at Amazon.Com|
|Fly Fishing the Madison : Flowing from its headwaters in Yellowstone National Park to Three Forks, Montana, where it joins the Jefferson and the Gallatin to form the mighty Missouri, the Madison River is one of the most famous, but also one of the most complicated, trout rivers in North America. This river can have different insect hatches every fifty yards, and ranges from a glassy, spring-fed stream to a tumbling torrent filled with rapids. Its complex variety of waters and habitat defies conventional fly-fishing techniques. In Fly Fishing the Madison, fly shop owner, guide, and noted author Craig Mathews demystifies the river, offering valuable insights and advice to first-time visitors and veterans alike. Covering the various sections of the river, fishing conditions likely to confront you in all four seasons, various insect hatches-including the famous salmon fly-along with a list proven fly patterns and tying recipes for sixteen of the best, Fly Fishing the Madison will prove invaluable to all fly anglers planning to fish this spectacular waterway.    Buy at Amazon.Com|
|Fly Fishing the Solitude: Montana : Popular fly-fishing guide Trapper Badovinac (Fly Fishing Montana's Missouri River) presents cutting-edge techniques for finding, evaluating, and fishing small streams so anglers can discover and enjoy their own fly-fishing solitude.    Buy at Amazon.Com|
|Flyfisher's Guide to Montana : This guidebook details the wealth of great flyfishing in Big Sky Country. From major rivers like the famed Madison, Big Horn, Yellowstone, Ruby, Missouri, Big Hole, Madison, Clark's Fork, and Rock Creek to the smallest fishable creeks and lakes, veteran flyfisher and guide Chuck Robbins tells anglers everything they need to know about Montana s best fisheries. He describes in detail each water with stream facts and how and when to fish it.    Buy at Amazon.Com|
|Montana's Best Fishing Waters: 170 Detailed Maps of 34 of the Best Rivers, Streams, and Lakes : This is the most comprehensive book of angling maps ever created for Montana s rivers, lakes, and streams. There are 170 detailed maps of 34 of Montana s best waters, along with GPS coordinates. Each water has an overview map that shows the entire water. Then each river is broken down into very detailed maps of each section of the water. For example, the Madison River has an overview map and five detailed maps. The Missouri has a total of 13 maps, one overview and 12 detailed maps. Each map is in full color and 8 x 12 in size. The maps show the river s public access points along with GPS coordinates for each access.    Buy at Amazon.Com|
|The Yellowstone Fly-Fishing Guide : This fine little guidebook to the best fishing in Yellowstone Park discusses aquatic and terrestrial insect emergences and activity periods, fly patterns to imitate these insects, and effective fishing techniques. Included are specific locations, access points and trailheads, distances, and terrain descriptions. This book is required reading for any fly fisher planning a trip to Yellowstone Park - an area that holds more wild trout water for its size than anywhere else in the world.    Buy at Amazon.Com|