Tally Lake


Tally Lake is beautiful to behold. It resembles a Scandinavian fjord with its towering cliffs and rugged country around 3 sides of the lake. At nearly 500 feet deep, it is the deepest lake in Montana. Most of the lake is deep, cold and rather unproductive for fishing. There are some very large lake trout hanging out in Tally Lake, but they are notoriously difficult to find. On the north side of the lake, Logan Creek enters and exits the lake. Here the terrain is gentle and offers some pike and trout fishing.

Attributes Information
Boat Boatfish Code fishing
Watertype Lake
Attributes Information
Name Tally Lake Ranger District
Company Name Flathead National Forest
DestId 2330:2310:2355:2335
Web Address Tally-Lake-Montana
Address 1335 Highway 93 West
Phone1 406-863-5400
Fax 406-863-5437
Email id Mailroom_R1_Flathead@fs.fed.us
City Whitefish
State montana
Zip 59937