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The Missouri River
Great Falls, Montana 59401
Voice: 406-761-4434

The Missouri River gets its start in Montana near the town of Three Forks. It is America's longest river. The river in Montana is open year round for fishing. Cast your line to catch black crappie, channel catfish, brown trout, mountain and lake whitefish, shovelnose sturgeon, smallmouth bass, yellow perch, rainbow trout, northern pike and walleye.



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