Tiber Tournament Results[07.29.2014]
Congratulations to everyone who fished in the Tiber Tournament this past weekend. Below are the top 5 finishers. Go to Tournaments/Results for full official results.
1 Ryan Roberts and Fred Roberts - 34.72lbs $4650 total payout
2 Mike McCabe and Dean McCabe - 30.99lbs $2,850 total payout
3 Darren Raney and Scott Achilles 29.43lbs $1,700 total payout
4 Darrell Archey and Robert Sherer 29.22lbs $1500 total payout
5 Gordon Matson and Tanya Matson 28.22lbs $1400 total payout
2014 Camp Walleye is Coming![07.29.2014]
Great Falls Walleyes Unlimited will be hosting a Kids Fishing Camp on August 15, 16, 17 at Tiber Reservoir. We will be accepting 50 applicants from boys or girls from ages 11-15 to attend. Included in the 3 day, 2 night camp are safety courses, on and off water activities, and a Fish, Wildlife and Parks sponsored safety course. Seminars on fishing techniques, technologies, strategies, uses of current fishing technologies, and spinner making are planned. We plan on having 2 to 3 children per boat for on the water instruction. Life jackets will be provided and are mandatory anytime kids are on the water.
Update - we still have room for 10 more kids. We will accept application until August 3rd.
Click here for Application.
Nine boats caught transporting live fish![07.28.2014]
Since May, roadside watercraft inspection stations around the state reported nine boats illegally transporting live fish in Montana’s western and central fishing districts.
Stations at Coram, Ronan and Thompson Falls in northwestern Montana, Wolf Creek north of Helena, and Hardin south of Billings, discovered nearly 60 fish kept in live wells. Species included yellow perch, largemouth and smallmouth bass, northern pike and walleye. Anglers transporting live fish may be unaware of regulations and only trying to keep fish fresh for transport, Korn said. FWP recommends placing fish on ice in coolers rather than live wells
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New Lunker Club x3![07.22.2014]
Boy oh boy has the Reuter family had some great success this year! Below are not 1 not 2 but 3 10+ walleye caught by the family this summer fishing! Welcome to the Lunker club... uh family? Not only are they in the Lunker club but the one with his wife's 32.5 inch walleye was the one she caught during the 2014 Montana Governors Cup on Fort Peck that helped them win the tournament!
Jess Reuter 33" from May on Fort Peck Dry Arm
Jess Reuter 31.5" from June on Fort Peck
Jesse's wifes 32.5" caught during the 2014 Montana Governors Cup