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Old 11-20-2011, 01:13 AM   #1
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Fishing locations

Does any one have any recommendations on camp grounds around areas that have good fly fishing?
I like California, but find Oregon, Utah, Idaho, and Montana very inviting.
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Old 11-20-2011, 09:50 PM   #2
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Fly Fishing in Montana

I just returned from two weeks in Montana, Would highly recomment the KOA campground in Dillon Montana. Great fly fishing in the Beaverhead River which runs right by the campground. Also great fishing in the Big Hole River which is just north and a little east of Dillon. Great fishing in the Clark canyon res. which is about 12 miles south of Dillon or there is the Ruby res. about 25 miles northeast of Dillon thru Twin Bridges to Alder Mt.
If you want blue ribbon trout fishing this is probably the finest area for choices in the USA. Better hurry tho, its getting pretty cold and soon the rivers and res. will be frozen over. Then its great ice fishing....
Enjoy!!!
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Old 11-20-2011, 10:29 PM   #3
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Navajo Dam stste park New Mexico. Right on the San Jaun river one of the best five trout fishing rivers in the country.
Pictures of uor last trip. https://skydrive.live.com/?cid=ae67f...3136&sc=photos

Link to campground. Navajo camp in the Cottonwood Campground.

Link to San Jaun River Fishing. San Juan river fly fishing in New Mexico by Mike Mora

This is the guide service we used for our float day. http://www.fisheadsofthesanjuan.com/

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Old 11-21-2011, 10:27 AM   #4
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fly fishing

White River below Bull Shoals dam (Arkansas) has a lot of fish per mile and some very large brown trout (several records). Numerous RV parks on the river (do your homework) as well as in general area. In spring and summer lots of crafts events in the area. Branson Missouri about a long hours drive away with lots of shows all year long. Kootenai river in Montana used to have excellent fly fishing. We were not RVing then so not sure of rv parks. White River in northern Colorado was scenic with excellent fly fishing but we were not RVing at that time.
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Old 11-21-2011, 08:16 PM   #5
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Any Provincal park in Newfoundland, Canada. Best Salmon fishing in North America. Season is from June to September. Can only use a fly rod with barbless hook. Non-resident license $62.
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Thanks again. I have booked a visit to Yellowstone, Cody area, and then over to Dillon area for June 2012. Waiting for a response from the Dillon area camp ground. The South dide RV park looks very nice and a good price. Curious about the fishing areas..there are so many but will they be accessible by wading?. Any helpful hints would be appreciated.
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Chokoloskee, florida 34138 the greatest all year fishing. The Ten Thousand Island area from Naples to the Keys. trout all year, red fish all year, tarpon all year, snook season closed. Grouper closed Feb March and Jillion others open all year
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I second the San Juan, fished it out of Fishheads in July, good time, I fished with Bubba.
Also fished the N Platte out of Casper WY, excellent and big fish.

Can't say much for campgrounds, but the Bitterroot, Clarks Fork, Big Hole are excellent. I have fished a lot of the rivers in the West over the past 20 or years, and all have produced well.
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For Sure. Bring your waders and have a great time. While in Dillon area I can highly recommend the Lions Den for food. Great qualiy and good prices. You will find it right across the street from Cenex and a short distance from Interstate 15 off ramp. You will enjoy the area. Great fishing, good food and the friendliest people in the world. I have been going there for over 40 years and look forward to returning each year. You will probably want to return as well...
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