MONTANA STATE PARKS

FISHING GUIDE

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!

FISHING MONTANA STATE PARKS

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Thompson Falls State Park Get Directions to Park Located along the Clark Fork River between Thompson Falls Dam and Noxon Dam, Thompson Falls State Park is surrounded by a mature and a mixed conifer forest making for a tranquil and quiet destination. C…

Thompson Chain of Lakes State Park Get Directions to Park Thompson Chain of Lakes State Park covers approximately 3,000 acres and stretches over 20 miles along Highway 2, halfway between Kalispell and Libby. We are able to bring you valuable information about this amazing state park thanks to the support of:

Smith River State Park Get Directions to Park The Smith River is mostly known for being a wonderful 59-mile long river full of natural beauty, with great boating, fishing, and photographic opportunities. Click Here To Access a Map!

Somers Beach State Park Get Directions to Park Over the past decade, the Sliter family and the Montana State Parks Foundation have been working together to conserve and create public access at their property east of Somers, encompassing almost a half-mile of Flathead Lake shoreline. This rare property has an expansive sandy beach at low lake …

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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