If you have read our other descriptions of fly fishing on the Paradise Valley Spring Creeks you have probably noticed one word continues to come up: consistent. This continues in the fall with consistent hatches, flows, temperatures, and fly fishing.
Our Montana fly fishing guides like this about the Depuy’s, Armstrong’s, and Nelson’s Spring Creeks. You generally aren’t met with surprises. The fall colors on these creeks are also a sight to see.
Anglers are met with hatches of midges, sulphurs, and BWOs through the end of October. Dry fly fishing and nymphing can be great. This is also a great time of year to see wildlife around the creeks with ducks, geese, and other migratory birds stopping in as well as deer, elk, moose, and the occasional bear coming for water.
If you are in Bozeman, Montana or Livingston, Montana and enjoy fly fishing in beautiful places on smaller streams, it is hard to beat a day of guided fly fishing on the Paradise Valley Spring Creeks.