Fishing

Fishing

Ever wondered what it would be like, fishing in 750 lakes, or having 1500 miles of rivers and streams at your fingertips? Look no further.   Kalispell  and Glacier National Park in Montana has what you need!  Grab your fishing pole, tackle and bait, and head to one of the many rivers, lakes, creeks Montana has to offer. Montana is one of the most picturesque states and there is no better way to enjoy it then to get outdoors and experience it. Here are just a few places to fish near Three Bears RV Park.

Free Travel PlannerThe Flathead River Fishing

The Flathead river is home to some of the most unique fish around. The native fish is the Westslope Cutthroat Trout, and they are completely unique to the Flathead River. The river is also home to some Rainbow Trout, Lake Trout, and Whitefish. The river extends through the north and south of Flathead Lake which also has the same fishing opportunities.  You can walk or drive just a few minutes from Three Bears RV Park for fishing on the Flathead River.
Flathead Lake Kalispell, MT
The Flathead River fishing just 1 mile from Three Bears RV Park

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Shady Lane Pond

Shady Lane Pond Picnic Area
Shady Lane Pond is a nice place to bring the family for picnicking, fishing and playing
Just walking distance from Three Bears RV Park and adjacent to the Flathead River is Shady Lane Pond.  Shady Lane Pond is a great place to take kids and dogs for a relaxing afternoon of fishing, playing and picnicking.  There’s a covered patio and picnic bench and a grassy park for frisbee, running and playing.
Shady Lane Pond Entrance
The trail to Shady Lane Pond is short enough for toddlers to enjoy, yet remote and quiet.
You can find ample parking for both the Shady Lane Pond and the Flathead River.  Just a short walk that is fit for toddlers.  Enjoy the grassy park around Shady Lane Pond.  Below you’ll find a trail going around the pond where you can stroll, play  and run the dogs.

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Shady Lane Pond Trail
Enjoy the ground around Shady Lane Pond.

Spring Creek Fishing

If you would rather stay close to camp, Three Bears RV Park has Spring Creek running right through the backside of it. It is a good place to also go fly fishing, because of the slower flow rates and water clarity. The creek runs into the Flathead River and has some of the same fish that anglers love!
Three Bears RV Park sits on the bank of Spring Creek

Glacier National Park

There are over 750 lakes (Only 150 are actually named!) in Glacier National Park and approximately 1500 miles of rivers and streams.   What’s more, a fishing license is not required within the park boundaries.
Fish in Glacier National Park
No Fishing License required when fishing in Glacier National Park

Flathead Lake Ice Fishing

The Flathead lake allows for Ice Fishing in the winter months. Although it doesn’t usually freeze completely, most of the bays and shorelines do freeze.  The lake has many whitefish and lake trout, with some yellow perch and cutthroat trout still around. If the lake is completely frozen, you can try Yellow Bay Point, Skidoo Bay, or Angel Point – Conrad Point. These spots should yield a good day of fishing. However, make sure to check on ice conditions as they are quick to change. Check out Flathead Lake Charters for more information on charters in the water. They have tours including half days and full days and even provide snacks, drinks, rods and reels, tackle and bait and life jackets for you and the whole family. Don’t miss the opportunity to experience ice fishing on the Flathead Lake. Fishing Looking for other types of recreation and entertainment? Check out more Things To Do here!
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