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Bitterroot River Fly Fishing GPS Map

Know exactly where to park and fish on the Bitterroot River in Montana

  • Spend more time fishing and less time trying to figure out where to park
  • 105 fly fishing-related waypoints for the Bitterroot River
  • Plan your trip using high-resolution digital maps
  • Navigate to exact fishing locations using your GPS

Where's the best place to fish on the Bitterroot River? You might consult a map, book or even a fly shop to find the best place to go. But finding out where the fish are biting is only half the challenge. You've got to be able to get to that exact location or the information is useless. And the last thing you want to do is waste time driving around looking for a place to fish when you could be on the water reeling them in.

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Introducing The Bitterroot River GPS Map

Imagine going to the Bitterroot River with your handheld GPS loaded with every key parking spot, fishing hole and boat ramp. The Bitterroot River GPS Map is a collection of 105 GPS coordinates for fly fishing the Bitterroot River in Montana. This highly detailed digital map shows you everything you need to know to have a perfect day on the river including:

    • Access Points
    • Bridges & Crossings
    • Cities & Towns
    • Creeks & Brooks
    • Dams & Weirs
    • Holes, Pools & Runs
    • Parks & Picnic Areas
    • Topography

What Is A GPS Map?

A GPS Map is a collection of GPS coordinates that can be loaded into a handheld GPS unit or viewed using free mapping software such as Google Earth.

Bitterroot River Fly Fishing> Use your GPS map to plan your trip and generate driving directions using Google Earth.
Bitterroot River Fly Fishing Then, load the GPS map into your handheld GPS for real-time navigation on the river.

Map Coverage Area

This map covers 70 miles of the Bitterroot River in Montana from Conner down to its convergence with the Clark Fork. See map below for the Bitterroot River GPS map coverage Area.

Double-click map to zoom in. Select "Map", "Sat" or "Ter" to
switch between vector, satellite and terrain background maps.

What's Included

The Bitterroot River GPS Map contains the GPS coordinates of 105 fly fishing-related landmarks. The GPS Map is provided in three file formats: KML, GPX and PDF. All three files are bundled in a single ZIP file that can be downloaded immediately to your computer after completing your purchase.

Bitterroot River Fly Fishing>
KML File
For viewing and printing high-resolution satellite maps using Google Earth.
Bitterroot River Fly Fishing
GPX File
For uploading into your handheld GPS unit.
Bitterroot River Fly Fishing
Printable list of each landmark and it's GPS coordinates.

Purchase Information

Know exactly where to fish the Bitterroot River! Purchase your Bitterroot River GPS Map today for just $14.95 USD.

NOTE: This product is for use with Google Earth and handheld GPS units only. For the iPhone and iPad versions, click here.


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Bitterroot River Fly Fishing

The Bitterroot River at Demmons Fishing Access Site in Hamilton. Photo courtesy of bigskyfishing.com

System Requirements

Map Software Google Earth (free)
Handheld GPS Unit GPX compatible GPS unit
Computer PC, Mac or Linux operating system


Bitterroot River Fly Fishing


Stream Name: Bitterroot River
Item Number: BRR0001
Location: Montana, USA
Number of GPS Coordinates: 105
Version: 1
File Name: BitterrootRiver_MT

Other Montana GPS Maps

Beaverhead River

Big Hole River

Bighorn River

Blackfoot River

Clark Fork River

Flathead River

Gallatin River

Jefferson River

Madison River


How To Use Your Map...
1. Immediately after purchasing your GPS map you will receive an email message with a download link.
2. Click the download link and save the ZIP file to your computer.
3. Open the ZIP file and drag the contents (three files) to your computer's desktop.
4. Open the KML file using Google Earth (free).
5. Open and print the PDF file with Adobe Reader (free).
6. Open the GPX file using the software that came with your handheld GPS. You can also use GPS Bable (free).


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