Montana goes to Belize

Fly Fishing Montana Missouri River Yellowstone National Park
Fun in the sun

After a great 2010 Montana fly fishing season, we are heading down to Belize for some much-needed fishing, fun, and sun.  The weather here in Livingston, Montana has finally turned cold and snowy and really limits our fishing at the moment, so it’s off to sunny Belize to chase bonefish, tarpon, and permit.

We are heading down to Ambergris Caye with some good friends and will be fishing with the renowned guides from El Pescador Lodge.  As some of the best tarpon and permit guides in all of Belize, we’ll certainly be in for a great experience.  We are definitely looking forward to targeting some of those elusive permits.

We’ll try to keep you updated on a daily basis on how the fishing is, we’re just hoping the weather is better than the Wi-Fi connections down there!

Blogging soon from beautiful Belize …

Yellowstone River fishing report – 07/16/10

Montana Fly Fishing Tripschoose All Inclusive Inset

We fished the Yellowstone River today up at Carbela to 26 mile. It was a successful day for father and son Todd and Kyle who had never fished from a drift boat before. We really concentrated on the dry fly today and got them to eat it after the breeze died a bit.
It was very hot (93 degrees) and windy but they ate the small Chubby Chernoble and later in the day the also ate a small CDC Prince trailer.
We also had one of our guides fish near Big Timber and had a solid fishing day mostly on the dry as well.
Stay tuned and we’ll keep you posted.