Conservation

New AIS Rules for Nonresident Boaters in Montana.

New AIS Rules for Nonresident Boaters in Montana.

Reduced AIS license fees and vessel permit requirements are just some of the new regulations for out of state boaters coming to Montana in 2020. If you or someone you know are coming to Montana and are planning on bringing a water bound vessel, make sure you know the regulations. […]

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The Jig

The Jig

A little story. Lately I have been tying the majority of my nymphs using a jig hook. Yep, I jumped on that “Euro Style” bandwagon like the rest of all those flat brimmers. The damn things work pretty well and to be totally honest, I have been using jig hooks […]

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Um, Excuse me bear.

The snowpack is stout!

Everyone likes a hardy snowpack. One of the most important indicators as to how our summer fishing season will play out is our springtime snow pack. Ultimately our aquifers, lakes, and rivers are recharged annually by the amount of snow we received throughout winter and spring. Fortunately for us, we […]

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Covid-19 Update

Covid-19 Update

Boy, it sure is “interesting times” throughout the world as we all deal with the current Covid-19 pandemic moving throughout, well, everywhere. Our small, fairly remote valley is no exception. At the time of writing this blog post, Governor Bullock has issued a “Stay at Home Directive” throughout the State […]

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This Land is Your Land: Comprehensive River Management Plan

This Land is Your Land: Comprehensive River Management Plan

“The times they are a changin” here in the Flathead River drainage. The United States Forest Service (USFS), as well as Glacier National Park are teaming up to form a new comprehensive river management plan (CRMP) for the forks of the Flathead River, which is designated Wild and Scenic. This […]

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