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Fishing Report For Bozeman

Good
Wed, Sep 21, 2022
Currently theres still one closure from mile 68.1 to mile 75.5 as of September 12th 2022, Using large terrestrials with a dropper will work the best. Hoppers and chubbies combined with a san juan worm, mayfly, caddis, or midge pattern.
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Unknown
Wed, Sep 21, 2022
Most of the river is still under closures, fishing elsewhere is recommended.
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Good
Wed, Sep 21, 2022
Weed growth will make nymphing slower pockets more difficult, focusing faster water will be the best option. Dry flies such as tricos, smaller black and tan caddis, and small PMDs will yield the best results.
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Good
Wed, Sep 21, 2022
Walleye fishing near Confederate, Snaggy Bay, and White Earth has increased. Focus on fishing depths from 15 to 25 feet deep using brighter colored crank baits or a bottom bouncer with a night crawler. Near the damn and close to shore near pond 4 trout fi
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Good
Wed, Sep 21, 2022
If you're trolling try and target depths around 15 to 20 ft with cowbells, wedding rings, or small crank baits. Bank fishing has been slow but producing using worms or floating powerbait. Fly fishing should produce using a leech or wooly bugger pattern fi
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Unknown
Wed, Sep 21, 2022
In the warmer part of the day try a chubby or hopper with a calibaetis nymph below, not much information on how they are fishing currently so call local shops to get better information
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Fair
Wed, Sep 21, 2022
Use a wooly bugger or leech patter and fish near drop offs and structure, if youre opting for gear over fly try using a spinner or worm under a bobber.
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Very Good
Wed, Sep 21, 2022
With the recent cold front and sunny days the Gallatin should fish well with large terrestrials and a attractor dropper in the afternoon and evenings. In the mornings nymphing with a san juan worm or caddis presentation will work the best.
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Very Good
Wed, Sep 21, 2022
Houser: Fishing has been very good as of late. Using a wooly bugger or leech pattern near shore or a worm on a jig has been working well for trout. Trolling has also produced very well using cowbells with wedding rings or other crawler harnesses.
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Fair
Wed, Sep 21, 2022
Use a leech or wooly bugger pattern to cover water, if you see rising fish try a calibaetis with a damselfly or baetis nymph dropper.
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Good
Wed, Sep 21, 2022
Use a leech or wooly bugger pattern deep near structure or drop offs if possible, rising fish will take a small adams, purple haze, or caddis imitation. Using a spoon in deeper water near structures or jigging a worm off the bottom can also result in some
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Very Good
Wed, Sep 21, 2022
While fishing the lake either fish a balanced leech/ wooly bugger deep near structure or along drop offs. If fish are surfacing try and fish a purple haze or royal wulff. Gear fishing with spoons in deeper water will also produce fish
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Unknown
Wed, Sep 21, 2022
As of September 15th 2022 FWP still has the Jeff under full closure.
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Good
Wed, Sep 21, 2022
With cooler temperatures try nymphing with smaller bugs; san juan worms, midges, mayflys, and baetis. Streamers can be effective as well just swinging them through deeper pockets or stripping them through thinner runs. Once the temps pick up later in the
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Very Good
Wed, Sep 21, 2022
Using nymph rigs close to the surface with mayfly and midge patterns has been working well. Larger october caddis are beginning to show and may be worth bringing along in your box. As temperatures increase a hopper with an attractor nymph as a dropper suc
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Very Good
Wed, Sep 21, 2022
Use a balanced leech or a wooly bugger and strip them slowly above downed timber, olive and brown have been working well. If fish are rising use a calibaetis or small adams to entice a bite.
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Very Good
Wed, Sep 21, 2022
Fish light leaders and tippits, small calibaetis and trico patterns should work well, if the temperatures pick up try a hopper along grassy banks.
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Poor
Wed, Sep 21, 2022
With current water conditions and poor visibility using darker streamers, attractor nymphs, or stonefly imitations is your best option.
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About Sportsman's Warehouse Bozeman

Opened in 2013, Sportsman’s Warehouse in Bozeman, MT is near tons of outdoor activity hotspots. National gunsmithing services are now available! If you like hunting, we’re here to get you all set up with everything you need. Popular pursuits include elk, deer, bear, pronghorn antelope, turkey, grouse, and waterfowl. If fishing is more your speed, we have all of your tackle to catch the trout or walleye that you’re after. We also carry plenty of supplies for rafting, camping, hiking, birdwatching and nature observation. Our shop services are available to spool reels, mount and boresight rifle scopes, clean guns, cut arrows, tune bows in our 10-yard archery lane, and anything covered by your Firearm Service Plan. Whether it’s a cold, snowy winter or a warm summer day, we’ve got the seasonal accessories to fit your outdoor adventure. We have so much to do here: Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park, Glacier National Park, Lewis and Clark Caverns, Hyalite Canyon, Bridger Mountain Range, Tobacco Root Mountain Range, the Missouri River System, Lower Madison and Gallatin Rivers, Big Sky Resort, the Ellen Theatre, numerous breweries and distilleries. While you’re in the area, be sure to check out local events like the music festivals (Headwaters Country Jam, Rockin’ the Rivers, S.L.A.M., Music on Main), Gallatin County Fair, Farmer’s Markets, Sweet Pea Festival, Bozeman Stampede Rodeo, Art Walks, marathons and runs (Ridge Run, Bozeman Marathon, John Colter Run, Lewis and Clark Marathon, Huffing for Stuffing), Bridger Raptor Festival, Bozeman Ice Festival, and Christmas Stroll.