Destination Montana: Fly Fishing the Spring Fever Special from FishTales Outfitting

Michael Stack of FishTales Outfitting hoists a heavy Montana brown trout.

Michael Stack of FishTales Outfitting hoists a heavy Montana brown trout.

Fly fishing Montana in the spring. Yes, indeed, that sounds delightful. More than that, spring can be the best time in the minds of many to fly fish Montana.

Rich with bug activity and excellent water conditions, this time of year also delivers Montana minus the crowds.

From FishTales Outfitting is a 2013 spring special that includes two full-days of fly fishing and three nights of lodging between April 1 and May 15. And, according to Michael Stack of FishTales Outfitting, this is the time in which big trout are taking aggressive strikes at big stonefly patterns and streamers. At $1,000 and including fishing, lodging, streamside lunches, and transportation to and from the rivers (the Big Hole, Madison, Jefferson or Ruby Rivers), this is a tempting trip around the corner that will bring lifelong memories.

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Disclosure: FishTales Outfitting is in a professional relationship with the Fly Fishing Guide Directory, LLC and the Venturing Angler. Though potentially benefiting from this relationship, we do not post what we do not believe to be true. To read more, click here.



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