Re: Montana Lake/Stream Fishing Ideas
If you live in the Big Timber area there are several good spots to go and have a great time. The Boulder itself is a fun fishery but access is pretty tough on the lower end of the river below the Natural Bridge. Once you get upstream of the Natural Bridge a couple of miles there is a lot of public land with some private mixed in. Access is good and the scenery is awesome. The road turns to gravel at the Natural Bridge but you can travel the 30 miles of gravel in just about any vehicle. The river will be very high for the next month to month and half but once we get to the middle of July it should be game on.
There are some other nice fisheries close by and if you want some info on them please send me an IM. They are smaller waters that haven't been written up or spoken about on websites and magazines. Good luck with your fishing and let me know if you are interested in some smaller creeks that will be fishable sooner as well as a couple of nice hikes that get you away from it all.