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Golden Trout WATCH GOLDEN TROUT OF SYLVAN LAKE Sylvan Lake lies in the Beartooth Mountains of south central Montana. It is an ardurous 8 mile hike up a steep incline to reach this jewel of a lake. The reward is plenty of brightly color golden trout averaging 10" to 14". There is some great mountain scenary in this video. One of my most popular films.
Huckleberry Lake, Montana WATCH BEARTOOTH CUTTHROATS, MONTANA On 09/09/2009, I hiked 20 miles round trip into Montana's Beartooth Mountains to catch some cutthroat trout. I fished at Mystic Lake, Huckleberry Lake and Princess Lake. The latter provided good catches of cutthroats on #14 hares ear nymphs and #18 cinnamon ants.
UFO Base in Montana? WATCH UFO BASE STATION IN MONTANA On 09/09/2009 I saw and filmed what appeared to be evidence of an underwater UFO base station in Mystic Lake in the Beartooth/Absaroka Mountains of South Central Montana. Watch the video and decide for yourself.
Sioux Charles Lake, Montana WATCH BEARTOOTH BROOKIES ON A DRY FLY September 2009, a 3 mile hike along the Stillwater River in the Beartooth Mountains in south central Montana leads to Sioux Charles Lake. This little mountain lake was just full of colorful brook trout averaging 9"-12". We caught quite a few on floating foam grasshopper immitations. You can see the fish rising to the fly. Sometimes a slight twitch helped to induce a strike.
Upper Stillwater River, Montana WATCH UPPER STILLWATER RIVER, MONTANA This is the upper portion of the Stillwater River in Montana's Beartooth National Forest. As you can see the water isn't very still. Find a calm spot and you will likely catch rainbow, cutthroat and brook trout.
Stillwater River, Montana WATCH STILLWATER RIVER, MONTANA Various scenes of the Stillwater River downstream of the National Forest boundary, 09/2009. This is in south central Montana. There are brown and rainbow trout present up to 18 inches.
West Fork Stillwater River, Montana WATCH WEST FORK STILLWATER RIVER, MONTANA The West Fork Stillwater River is, in my experience, a more productive stream than the main Stillwater River. Located near the town of Nye in south central Montana, there are a couple bridge crossings and the stream itself is relatively easy to wade. Brown and rainbow trout are abundant and good sized, up to 15 inches. Brook trout are fairly common but tend to run a little small. I don't think many people fish this little stream.
East Rosebud Creek, Montana WATCH EAST ROSEBUD CREEK, MONTANA The East Rosebud Creek is a very productive and often overlooked freestone stream in south central Montana. It drains out of the Beartooth Mountains and eventually flows north into the Yellowstone River. Rainbow and Brown trout are abundant averaging 12 to 15 inches with larger fish a real posibility. I would recommend fishing here in the early spring before runoff or after August 1.
West Rosebud Creek, Montana WATCH WEST ROSEBUD CREEK, MONTANA Early September, 2009. West Rosebud Creek is full of fish, mostly browns and rainbows from 11"-15" plus a few bigger and some small brook trout. This stream flows north out of the Beartooth Mountains into the Yellowstone River in south central Montana. Several roads cross it and it is easy to wade by late summer. I didn't see anyone else fishing it.
Gallatin River, Yellowstone National Park WATCH GALLATIN RIVER The Gallatin River in south central Montana is well known for its abundance of small to medium sized rainbow trout, convenient accessibility, ease of wading and scenic beauty. The 13" rainbow shown here was taken on a #12 soft hackle hares ear. Filmed on 08/27/10 near the Yellowstone National Park border.
Belly River, Glacier National Park WATCH BELLY RIVER Fishing the Belly River in Glacier National Park, Montana, August 2009. We caught a few small rainbows but nothing to get excited about. Nonetheless a very scenic river. You have to hike a steep mile down a trail to get to the stream.
McDonald Creek, Glacier National Park WATCH MCDONALD CREEK McDonald Creek is a very clear, scenic stream in Glacier National Park, Montana. Cutthroats are found throughout its length although only in modest numbers.
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