Last year's flooding made it difficult for people to get out and fish the rivers. This year it's a different story. Fly-fishing shops around the Missoula area say business is good, even though the weather has been cooler.
Taylor Scott works for the Missoulian Angler. He says compared to last year's flooding, this weather is nothing.
"We're way ahead of schedule. People are out fishing. We've been staying busy everyday, we've been guiding out there. It's a lot different from last year, but that's Montana for you, you can never predict it," Scott said.
Workers at local fishing shops say the cooler, cloudy weather is better for fishing than sunshine.
Because of the moisture we have received in the last couple of months, guides say they think this could be a longer than average fishing season, that could extend into October.