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Old 02-12-2009, 07:59 PM
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Default What are some good flies to use for trout?

A few of us are getting ready for a fishing trip to Montana in a few months and are starting to stock up on our gear. Can you give us any advice for some good flies to use for trout, and the size of the flies?


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Ok. I won't be much help to the exact flies to use. But I know that everyone is going to ask what part of Montana you will be in. Also you might want to add in what kind of water you will be fishing, and definitely going to need a more specific time. I'm sure there will be more questions, but that's a good place to start.

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Old 02-12-2009, 08:27 PM
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Default Re: What are some good flies to use for trout?

We plan to go in the middle of June, the name of the river is The Big Hole River, and it's located in Butte, Montana.
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Default Re: What are some good flies to use for trout?

though you undoubtedly will get responses here, google fly shops in that area. many offer tips or even a message board for that region.

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Something to keep in mind, the middle of June may have you contending with higher water, run off could possibly still effecting the river at that time.



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