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Fri, Apr 03, 2020
WE'VE EXPANDED OUR BUY ONLINE PICK UP IN STORE SERVICE. As we all battle COVID-19, Sportsman's Warehouse's top priority is to keep our customers and employees safe, yet still get you the essential gear you need.* With our curbside pickup program, you can get your gear without leaving your car. Click the link for more information and full details on the program.
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Fishing Report For Missoula

Good
Wed, Aug 05, 2020
Nymphing has been best. Tricos and terrestrials have been best for dry fly fishing. For nymphs try scuds, sow bugs, perdigons and zebra midges.
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Good
Wed, Aug 05, 2020
Terrestrials are fishing well in the heat so take some hoppers, beetles and ants. There are also PMDs, caddis, nocturnal stones out. Be sure to hang a beadhead nymph dropper under your larger dries.
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Fair
Wed, Aug 05, 2020
Troll for the walleye with bottom bouncers and crawler harnesses or flicker shad. For the trout troll Rapalas or a Wedding Ring.
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Good
Wed, Aug 05, 2020
Fly fishers should try fishing mohair leeches. Powerbait or spawn sacs are good to try for bait options. For trolling try spoons or Rapalas.
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Fair
Wed, Aug 05, 2020
The tribal boat launches are closed on the reservation half of the lake.Try jigging for the macks with Glo Grubs or Rattle D Zastors tipped with cut bait. Lake Superior whitefish have gotten going.
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Good
Wed, Aug 05, 2020
For the walleye, troll crawler harnesses or smaller crankbaits. For the pike try fishing spinnerbaits, spoons and jerk baits. For the bass try senkos, skirted jigs or a twist tail grub.
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Fair
Wed, Aug 05, 2020
Fish with powerbait, night crawlers and marshmallows or spawn sacs from shore. Fly fishers should try balance leeches, scuds and caddis. Mornings and evenings will give you the best chance.
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Good
Wed, Aug 05, 2020
Shore fishing for trout has picked up with crawlers or Power Bait. Troll for walleye with Flicker Shad or crawler harnesses or cast jigs or Rapalas for them.
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Fair
Wed, Aug 05, 2020
Trollers have been doing well for the trout with smaller crankbaits. For the walleye try trolling crawler harnesses or casting jigs towards shore. For perch try the smaller bays with chartreuse jig heads tipped with crawlers.
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Poor
Wed, Aug 05, 2020
Not an option at this time.
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Fair
Wed, Aug 05, 2020
Fishing has been slow. Try fishing crankbaits and soft plastics for the bass. All tribal waters are still closed to non tribal members except Flathead Lake, Pablo and Ninepipe.
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Good
Wed, Aug 05, 2020
For the pike try fishing larger crankbaits, spoons and spinnerbaits. For the perch, fish small twist tail grubs and tube jigs or a jig head with a piece of night crawler. Mornings and evenings have been the best.
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Good
Tue, Aug 04, 2020
Early mornings when the water temps have cooled has been the best. Try balance leeches, scuds, damsel nymphs and San Juan worms for flies. Power bait or crawlers and marshmallows works well for bait. Trollers should try Rapalas, NeedleFish or Wedding Ring
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Fair
Tue, Aug 04, 2020
There can be some decent small mouth fishing during the summer. Try fishing tube jigs, plastic worms and crank baits.
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Fair
Tue, Aug 04, 2020
Tribal waters are closed to fishing to non residents of the reservation. Fishing for the smallmouth and pike off the reservation has been fair. Try twist tail grubs and tubes for the small mouth. For pike try spoons and crank baits.
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Good
Tue, Aug 04, 2020
Fishing from shore has been fair with powerbait or night crawlers. Trollers should try trolling wedding rings and Triple Teasers and for the Kokanee. For the trout try trolling Rapalas or Spoons. Flyfishers should try damsel nymphs and caddis.
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Good
Tue, Aug 04, 2020
The river has dropped to summer flows and there are good hatches of caddis, PMDs, midges. Take hoppers and beetles for terestrials. Streamers in black or white are good to try if your looking for bigger fish.
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Fair
Tue, Aug 04, 2020
Try fishing for the cutthroat with chernobyls, tarantulas and stimulators. Hanging a beadhead nymph off the back of your larger dries is a good technique during the summer months.
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Good
Tue, Aug 04, 2020
Hoppers, ants, PMDs and Caddis are the bugs getting the fishes attention right now. Be sure to put a small beadhead nymph below your bigger dries. Stripping streamers in the AM can be a good option. Try white, ginger or olive for colors.
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Concealed Carry Classes from Legal Heat at Sportsman's Warehouse
Thu, Nov 07, 2019
Legal Heat offers concealed carry courses at many of our stores, classes are being scheduled and updated regularly. Click the link to find the next class at your local Sportsman's Warehouse! Legal Heat is one of the nation's leading firearms instruction and firearms law publishing firms. Since its founding in 2006, Legal Heat has qualified more than 150,000 people for their concealed carry permits. Legal Heat's CCW course curriculum has been developed by some of the nation's top firearms law attorneys who are firearms instructors themselves. All Legal Heat instructors are highly experienced experts in the safe and legal use of firearms and have legal, military, law, or other related professional backgrounds, and are insured and certified. Legal Heat specializes in offering non-intimidating CCW classes that deliver an exceptional amount of information in an entertaining format that makes getting CCW permits a pleasure and not a chore.
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Learn More & Apply for an Explorewards Credit Card!
Tue, Oct 01, 2019
Earn 5 points for every $1 spent at Sportsman's Warehouse and Sportsmans.com when using the Explorewards Credit Card! Click the link to learn more and apply today! GET REWARDED. GEAR UP. GO EXPLORE.
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Local Firearm Dealer Shipping Program
Mon, Jun 24, 2019
For those who may not be lucky enough to live nearby any of our stores (yet), we've started a new Local Firearm Dealer Shipping Program so you can have any of our online guns shipped to a participating FFL dealer in your area. Of course, we're still offering free Ship-to-Store from our online store to any of our retail stores that are in your neighborhood.
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About Sportsman's Warehouse Missoula

Open since 2013, Sportsman’s Warehouse in Missoula is a block away from the Clark Fork River, near where it meets the Blackfoot and Bitterroot Rivers. 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, moose, sheep, goat, mountain lion, turkey, upland game bird, bear, pronghorn antelope, wolf, waterfowl, whitetail and mule deer. If fishing is more your speed, we are a fly fisherman’s destination and have all of your tackle to catch the trout that you’re after. We can keep you updated on the conditions at Flathead Lake, Rock Creek, Big Hole River, and Beaverhead River. We also carry plenty of supplies for camping, hiking, folfing (disc golf), kayaking, or just floating the rivers. We even sell suppressors! Our shop services are available to spool reels, mount and boresight rifle scopes, cut arrows, clean guns, tune bows in our 15-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’re close to both Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National park, in addition to numerous ski resorts. While you’re in the area, be sure to check out local events like the Missoula Marathon. Missoula is also home of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s Elk Country Visitor Center or visit the National Bison Range about an hour away.