Men’s Fort Peck Fishing Trip

Men’s Fort Peck Fishing Trip

Fort Peck Reservoir - Fourchette Creek Recreational Area

time 8:00 AM

May 9, 2019


May 11, 2019

Attention all men we would like to invite you to our fishing trip at Fort Peck Reservoir coming this May 2019.  Are you looking for some time away from your daily routine? Do you need a spring break?  Would you like to be out in nature spending some quality time with good people catching a bunch of fish?  This is your opportunity!  May 9th, 10th, and 11th. Make plans now to join us.

Fort Peck Lake Reservoir and Recreation Area

More than 50 different kinds of fish swim in Fort Peck Reservoir, Montana’s largest body of water. The lake is about 134 miles in length and has a maximum depth of 220 feet when full. There are over 1,520 miles of shoreline, longer than the California coast. The reservoir was created from 1933 through 1937 by constructing a 3.8 mile-long dam across the Missouri River. Some of the hotly pursued species include walleye (a priority among the serious anglers!), northern pike, paddlefish, sauger, lake trout, smallmouth bass, and chinook salmon.  All marinas include concrete boat ramps.


We will be camping and fishing from Fourchette Camping Area is located on the north side of Fort Peck Lake, south of Malta, Montana. Open all year, interpretive signage, enjoy boating, fishing, and wildlife viewing at this primitive campground. Amenities include picnic tables, fire rings, vault toilets, shade shelter, and a boat ramp.  Take extra food for 3 days in case you get stranded.

Google Map To Fourchette Creek Campground


Thursday, May 9th:

8 am – 11 am:  Get boats in the water and loaded.

12 pm – 4 pm:  Fishing, fun, and fellowship.

4 pm – 8 pm:  Fish cleaning station, fellowship and fish stories.  Fuel boats for the next day.

Friday, May 10th: 

8 am – 4 pm:  More fishing, fun, and fellowship!

4 pm – 7 pm:  Fish cleaning station, fellowship and more fish stories.  Fuel boats for the next day.

7:30 pm – 8:30 pm:  Meeting in the pavilion, testimonies, ministry.  Repentance for all the fish stories.

Saturday, May 11th:

8 am – 1 pm:  Last day of fishing.

1 pm – 2:30 pm:  Fish cleaning station.

3 pm – 5 pm – Fish fry, clean up, help load boats and trailers and head home just in time for mothers day!

Supply List

Fort Peck Check List  (Double Click To Open)

For Questions Please Contact:

Rick Lavold – (406) 672-6218

Chuck Miller – (406) 661-2773

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