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Spring Creeks Fishing Reports

Your Local Source For Fishing Reports

Big Sky Country is our backyard. We've put our passion for Montana fly fishing trips to work and have hand-picked a selection of fly-fishing lodges, overnight float trips, and day trips. If you're thinking of a Montana fly fishing vacation, looking for a multi-day wilderness fishing experience, or just visiting Bozeman or Missoula or another Montana town and want to add on a fishing trip, let Yellow Dog's Montana roots work for you.

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Spring Creek Fishing Reports
Updated Feb 22, 24

The Livingston Spring creeks will provide an excellent fishing opportunity through the rest of the winter. When other rivers are cold and fishing tough, the spring creeks are a nice warm trout haven. Warm weather this week could make for great fishing on the creeks through the weekend. If the wind is low, expect to see fish rising to midges. If you find risers they will likely take a Peacock Cluster, Miracle Midge, or Griffith's Gnat with a good drift and presentation. Small scuds, sowbugs, and midges work well under a dry fly or under an indicator throughout the winter. Any midge nymph with a white or flashy wing such as the Manhattan Midge seems to get a but more attention than other patterns. Nymphing will be pretty consistent in the event that the trout do not want to cooperate and eat bugs from the surface.

To purchase an assortment of up-to-date, hand-selected flies for area Spring Creeks:

  • Select the Montana Fly Assortment below
  • Select the number of desired flies
  • Enter where and when you plan on fishing
  • Opt for In-store pickup at checkout

Montana fishing licenses are available for purchase online at Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks and at Yellow Dog Flyfishing - Fly Shop (some exceptions may apply). If you are planning to fish in the headwaters of the Gallatin River area above Taylor's Fork (approx. 1 mile upstream); be aware that most of this is in Yellowstone National Park which requires a separate fishing license and is seasonally open to fishing according to YNP regulations.

The Livingston Area Spring Creeks have limited rod availability. Be sure to call and make a reservation before you make the drive.

  • Nelson's: 406.222.6560
  • Armstrong's: 406.222.2979
  • DePuy's: 406.222.0221