Fishing is one of the best ways to relax and enjoy nature, but that can be hard if you’re not an expert. As a novice angler, it can be tough to know where you should go or what bait to use. These Fort Peck Lake fishing guides have years of experience under their belts and are ready to help give you the knowledge necessary for success on your vacation!
Fort Peck Fishing with Matt Sunderman
Fish with Matt for walleyes, sauger, lake trout, smallmouth bass, and northern pike on Montana’s Fort Peck Reservoir
Howe’s Fishing, located in Montana’s Flathead Valley, near Glacier National Park, is like no other Flathead Lake fishing guide service. We strive to provide you with a fishing experience that you will remember for a lifetime.
Kimbler Outfitting & Charter Fishing
Your Fort Peck Lake fishing trip begins at Hell Creek, 25 miles north of Jordan, MT at 7 a.m. The fishing is best from May-July, when walleye, northern pike and smallmouth bass are most active.
MONTANA IS OUR HOME AND WALLEYE IS OUR GAME. Montana is called Big Sky Country by most, but when you talk to Dale he calls it “Big Walleye Country.” Dale has fished walleye from Arkansas to Canada and Michigan to Montana and will tell you that Montana has some of the best walleye fishing in the country. If you don’t believe it, just talk to anyone who has stalked the monsters of the Missouri River system as it flows through Montana.
Hi-Line Charter Fishing
Hi-Line Charter Fishing guides are experienced fishermen and can take you to the walleye, sauger, saugeye, small-mouth bass, northern pike, lake trout, and king salmon that Fort Peck has to offer.