Montana Pike Fishing Report – August 3rd, 2017
We did our last Montana pike fishing trip up on Fort Peck Reservoir a while ago. That trip provided mostly small fish. This means, the water is warm and those larger fish have moved deep to keep cool for the Summer months. However, we did get our first ever channel catfish on a fly. It managed to chase down our large pike fly!
So for the next couple of months, we will leave the pike alone. As it begins to cool down, in September, there are a few options for pike though. Usually they are more of the smaller variety. But the topwater action can be very good. So we are looking forward to then.
Check back throughout the Summer months for up to date reports on pike conditions out here in Montana. And of course, Contact us today to book a trip for the Fall!
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