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End Of Summer Red

For me, the end of summer means a return to the lower Madison River adjacent to Red Mountain. A few years back, perhaps even a decade ago, I decided to fly fish the lower Madison River in the very early morning hours, late into August and early September. My barber had been telling me stories of catching big browns at the crack of dawn…I figured it was worth a shot. The first time I went out on the water that early, I distinctly remember slapping down a streamer during my first cast and bang!…I caught the first of many browns that day. Ever since that late August outing many years ago, I have been trying to repeat that magical day...

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Valley Garden

You know summer in southwest Montana has arrived when you can safely navigate the channels of the Valley Garden fishing access site near Jeffers, Montana. Just getting to your favored stretch of water is summer in a nutshell...fecund sites and smells of wildlife and greenery everywhere. I wouldn't miss this event for the world. :)

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So Much To Love

There's a lot to love about living in southwest Montana. The Madison River is at or near the top of the list. Hopefully, this Valentine's Day and weekend, you'll find yourself either fly fishing or hiking along the upper Madison River. Enjoy! :)

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Winter's Peace

At the Cherry Creek fishing access site, minutes from Bozeman, a winter's peace can be found. Come spring, you'll want to be fly fishing this spot. Make your plans to visit Montana today!  :)

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