After the hot low-water year we were hit with last year I will take all the snow mother nature wants to throw at us. Let it pile up deep and come off slow. I looks like we will have another couple weeks to dust off the equipment and tie a few Skwalas. Hang in there, […]
The Montana Trappers Association is hosting the MTPLUS event which stands for MT public land users and sportsman. We are uniting as many groups as we can that utilize and enjoy our public lands in MT. There will be lots of trapping demos and dealers. With I-169 trying to ban trapping on all public […]
Spring Special Valid on Trips Through April 2014 Hit the water with us this spring and see what early season dry fly fishing is all about. Take advantage of our Spring Special Rate of $400 for spring dates through April 2014. $75 discount off daily rate. Get out early and enjoy Green Beer and dry […]
I have been making spear guns for about 8 years and have built guns for guys all over the world. My guns have killed everything from Yellow Perch to Dogtooth Tuna. In the past I have only built these guns for friends, but I am opening things up a bit to offer them to a […]
We are laying out the schedule for the season and putting together a few trips. If you have always wanted to “get in there with them” this is your chance. Weather you want to shoot your first Pike in a local lake, or land your biggest Yellowtail or Pargo south of the boarder-give us a […]
All River Otter trips will be half day only Today through August or until further notice. The river closures are up and coming and any fishing will be early morning starts with an Early Off Time (all fishing to stop by 2:00pm-or earlier). Time to consider re-booking your August fishing trip until the river temps […]
I am beyond sugar coating what is happening around here in the name of growing some grass. Did KECI really just run a bit on FLOOD IRRIGATION in Western Montana right now…. on how tough it is to move pipe all the time in hot weather? How they have to race to suck it dry…focusing […]
I caught a few for dinner the other day, I’m sure a few trout are too. Don’t over look giant bushy buggers when nothing else is happening. It was damn nice to be in the water for a day, instead of on it.
The river is cooler than it has been in a few days which should mean improved fishing, especially in the mornings. Plenty of bugs out there including Bitterroot Stones, PMDs, Sallies, and Spinners. Browns are already in the tailouts.