These are some fish that were caught on the Missouri River last week. The fishing was consistant everyday, with most of our success coming from the use of streamers in and around various structure and weedbeds. Both of these clients came up from Phoenix to escape the heat and enjoy the cool atmosphere of the Missouri River.
Wow!!! We just slammed them on the Missouri last week!
This young lady caught fish, after fish, after fish. She out fished her dad and the rest of her family
This was a great day for Steve and his Uncle Jim on the Lower Madison. They rode in on their Harley’s from different parts of the county and met in the middle.
Harry, his wife Jody and their family and friends have been fishing with Trey and Yellowstone TroutScout for the last 11 seasons. If you have noticed this web site over the last few years, you would have seen many pictures of Harry and family. This is because we fish together about 30 – 40 days each season (all over Montana). When he is not on the golf course or the tennis court, he is fishing in one of our boats.
Not only are Harry & Jody great friends, but excellent anglers as well. We are looking forward to another great season with Harry and his family. There are a lot of fishing guides in Montana . When a family comes back year after year, 30 – 40 days per season, you know we do it right. Just ask Harry.
Last summer (2009) Stephen caught this beautiful brown on the Yellowstone River which flows through the heart of Livingston, Montana. This great fish was caught on a streamer just as the Yellowstone started to drop and clear from the runoff. Runoff was pretty much finished on the Yellowstone around July 15th. This year we feel that the river should be clearing and fish-able ,with better than 2 feet of visibility about the 3rd week in June, 2010.
Nell and her family have been fishing with Yellowstone TroutScout for about 10 years now. This fish was caught on a hopper and is a good example of a healthy rainbow within the Madison River system.
One of our regular clients caught another great fish on the Lower Madison in late June 2009.