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Old 07-25-2011, 03:07 AM
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Default Has anyone here been to Big Sky, Montana?

I am going to that area for a week this tuesday and was wondering if anyone can give me some fishing information for there.
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Default Re: Has anyone here been to Big Sky, Montana?

It's right down the road.. but I only fish the Gallatin by BigSky.. lots of places to fish along there and the water is finally clearing. Let me know what area you're planning on fishing.

Here's a local fly shops report:

Montana Troutfitters Gallatin Fishing Report

You might post this in Rocky Mountains.. it might get more notice?

Nice fly shop in BigSky (on 191/Gallatin Rd)

http://www.montanaflyfishing.com/
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Old 07-26-2011, 10:33 AM
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Default Re: Has anyone here been to Big Sky, Montana?

BS is less than an hour from Yellowstone where there are TONS of places to fish.
The Gallatin will be the closest and is a good river to fish. You can also head N. towards Ennis and fish the Madison which is a really good river to fish. I would suggest getting a map and determining where you can go by the amount of time you have.
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