No matter where you travel in Montana, you are bound to find some fantastic fishing.

Our Blue Ribbon Rivers are known

for some of the best fly fishing.

Montana has some of the highest quality, Blue Ribbon, natural trout streams in the US, including applicable river

But don't worry, if your preference is lake fishing, we have plenty of those too!

Our fishing guide takes you on a fishing trip

through our state parks…

With some of the best fishing lakes, rivers, and streams in the state. Check out Montana State Parks Fishing Guide for incredible fishing opportunities and locations!



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Giant Springs State Park Get Directions to Park Located just outside of Great Falls lies Giant Springs State Park. Originally discovered by Lewis & Clark in 1805, Giant Springs is one of the largest freshwater springs in the country. Come marvel at this day-use park's remarkable features and view the variety of birdlife. Take part …

Lake Elmo State Park Get Directions to Park Inside the city limits of Billings is Lake Elmo State Park. A large 64-acre reservoir, Lake Elmo is the perfect place to swim, paddle…

Lake Mary Ronan State Park Get Directions to Park Lake Mary Ronan State Park is just seven miles west of Flathead Lake. This park offers a quiet camping opportunity nestled among a boreal forest. This state park is noted for its fishing and numerous trails that lead into the surrounding areas, which abound in wildflowers and wildlife.

Les Mason State Park Get Directions to Park Les Mason State Park is a great day-use spot! With 585 feet of sand and gravel lakeshore, Les Mason is perfect for swimming, cross-country skiing, and picnicking. Les Mason State Park is the only state park on the east shore of Whitefish Lake. The 585 feet shoreline of sand and gravel beaches and …

Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park Get Directions to Park Located just east of Whitehall, MT, lies the Lewis and Clark Caverns. Discovered in 1892 by local hunters, these caverns went on to become Montana's first state park. As one of the largest known limestone cavern systems in the northwest, Montanans have been exploring the caves for …

Logan State Park Get Directions to Park Just off Highway 2 between Libby and Kalispell, you'll find Logan State Park, a local hotspot.  Click Here To Access a Map

Lost Creek State Park Get Directions to Park Lost Creek State Park is a public recreation area and campground located six miles north of Anaconda, Montana, featuring limestone cliffs and multi-colored roc…

Milltown State Park Get Directions to Park On the outskirts of Missoula you'll find Montana's newest state park Milltown State Park. Once a Superfund river restoration project, years of hard work from multiple state and federal agencies, non-profits, businesses, and committed volunteers helped make the park what it is today. We are able to …

Painted Rocks State Park Get Directions to Park Named for the green, yellow and orange lichens that cover the grey and black walls of the granite and rhyolite cliffs, Painted Rocks State Park is located in the West Fork Valley of the Bitterroot Mountains. We are able to bring you valuable information about this amazing state park thanks to …

Tongue River Reservoir State Park Get Directions to Park Tongue River Reservoir State Park is located near the southeastern border of Montana, just 10 minutes outside of Decker. A 265-mile-long tributary of the Yellowstone River, "the Tongue" (as it is called locally) starts in Wyoming and runs through Montana. The park features a 12-mile…

General Park Fee Information

Montana residents in a vehicle with valid Montana license plates are allowed to enter State Parks for free. Camping, tour, special event and other fees still apply.

Nonresident visitors are required to pay day-use fees usually from $2 to $5. Nonresidents can also purchase annual Montana State Parks Passports for unlimited use. Passports are $25 for the first vehicle and $20 for additional vehicles. They can be purchased at any state park, regional Fish, Wildlife and Parks office or online at Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks

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