Montana Fish Report

Liners Are Catching A Few Right Now at The Hatchery

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by Kenny Priest

The Mad was still flowing around 4,600 cfs on Tuesday and is big and brown. The next set of storms will push it back up to 8,300 cfs early Friday morning. Will likely be off color most of next week. Liners are catching a few right at the hatchery.

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