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Fishing in Northwest Montana
Fishing Photos | Map of Clark Fork River | Fishing Links

Montana mountain lake fishingNorthwest Montana's rivers, streams, creeks, & lakes, are home to a bountiful population of both cold and warm water fish species. Whether you enjoy fishing with lures, bait, or flies, you will not be disappointed with the abundance of pike, bass, perch, as well as rainbow, brook, brown, bull, and cutthroat trout that live in Northwest Montana's waters!

One of Montana's best fishing waters can be found on the beautiful Clark Fork River (See Right). The Clark Fork River begins at the settling ponds of Anaconda Mt. (SE of Missoula), then runs along I-90 through Deer Lodge, Missoula, Tarkio, Superior, & St. Regis, then takes a NE turn towards Mt. Hwy. 200 before resuming it's western course through Paradise, Plains, Thompson Falls, Trout Creek, Noxon, & Heron, where it then crosses the Montana/Idaho border.

Many sportsmen need only a glimpse of our spectacular countryside and Montana trout fishingcrystal clear rivers, before deciding that this fishermen's paradise is the place they want to call home!

For fishing enthusiasts, as well as other water lovers, we have a huge variety of waterfront real estate for sale, both bare land listings, and listings with homes. For buyers who wish to live here but cannot afford premium waterfront property, you can easily take advantage of the countless public river and reservoir access areas to choose from!

In the meantime, sit back and enjoy browsing through the information and photos below, and please don't forget to take a look at our great selection of Western Montana homes and land available. We'd love to help you find your own little corner of paradise!

NW Montana, and the Clark Fork River

Map of Clark Fork RiverNW Montana's legendary Clark Fork River is highlighted in yellow on the map to the left. Originating at the confluence of Silver Bow and Warm Springs creeks near Anaconda, Montana, the river flows northwest for approximately 350 miles, and terminates in Lake Pend Oreille, Idaho. As the river crosses the Idaho border, it carries an average 22,060 cubic feet of water per second, making it Montana's largest river!

Many small scenic towns are situated along the banks of this pristine river. If friendly small town living, and access to great Montana fishing is becoming too hard to resist, please take a little time to browse through our huge selection of listings available. We have hundreds of homes and bare land parcels, as well as commercial real estate, and many large remote parcels for sale.

If you are unsure about the specific area you would like to live in, please click on any of the highlighted towns on the map.

If you have any questions, or would like to speak with a real estate agent, please email us at:, or give us a call via the contact information at the top of this page.

Montana Fishing Links:

Montana State Fishing Guide
Montana Fishing Regulations
Montana Fishing Ethics
Fishing Licenses
Montana Fishing Management

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