Address: P.O. Box 486, Jordan, Mont. 59337 Phone: (406) 557-2345
Fishing is legendary in the Hell Creek area. Want proof? For starters, look at the pictures. Most anglers fish a lifetime without catching walleyes, northern pike or smallmouth bass of the size that we see on pretty much a daily basis at the Hell Creek Marina.
No, you're not guaranteed to catch them every time you hit the water. But we see an awful lot of 10-pound-plus walleyes, 20-pound-plus northerns and 5-pound-plus smallmouth bass.
Want a little more proof? When the In-Fisherman Professional Walleye Trail held tournaments on Fort Peck, the top pros in the country had the run of the lake out of the Fort Peck Marina, located near the dam. They could fish anywhere on the 134-mile-long-lake that they wanted.
Many of them opted to run 60 or more miles to get in on the good fishing to be found in the Hell Creek area. We know. The runs were long enough that they stopped in at our marina to gas up their boats so they could work the waters of Sutherlin Bay, Bone Trail, Timber Creek and other spots that held trophy walleyes.
We offer full services for fishermen including a broad selection of jigs, spinners and crankbaits that work on Fort Peck. We have minnows, leeches and nightcrawlers on hand. We have an on-water gas dock. We have boat slips you can rent on the water and a locked boat yard where fishermen can dry dock their boats or park their campers between their trips to the lake. We have pontoon boats to rent for families or friends to take out on the lake and enjoy the beauties of Fort Peck.
Fishing guides based out of Hell Creek enjoy great fishing success and you'll find links to their Web sites on this page. They can handle everything from a couple of fishing buddies who want to go out clear up to corporate groups who want to reward their employees for jobs well done or hold informal team-building sessions for their staffs.
To get a look at fishing strategies that work on Fort Peck throughout the year, you can go to Fort Peck strategies or for beginners to western walleye fishing, you can go to The basics of walleye fishing.
If you have any questions about fishing at Hell Creek, feel free to give us a call at (406) 557-2345 or e-mail us at: Hell Creek Marina.
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