Tally Lake is a scenic, clear, low elevation mountain lake. Tally Lake
is quite large at more than 1350 acres. Although it is not a huge lake,
Tally Lake has the distinction of being the deepest natural lake in Montana,
with a depth of 492 feet.
Lying in the heavily forested, lower mountains to the west of Whitefish,
Tally Lake offers less than spectacular fishing in a very nice environment.
Tally Lake is home to a fair number of small cutthroat trout, rainbow
trout, brook trout and whitefish.
Virtually all of the use on Tally Lake comes in the form of recreational
boating of one variety or another. The lakes large size and clear water,
along with its close proximity to the Flathead Valley, make it a popular
place for boating and waterskiing. Additionally, a large campground and
day use area at the head of the lake is a popular place for camping,
picnicking and parties.
Big Sky Fishing.Com