Floating Montana Rivers
Garcia, Mike
A guide to finding your ideal boat.
The Lower Yellowstone, Fly Fishing Yellowstone River
Michael Leach
Fishing from Livingston to Big Timber.
Yellowstone River, Upper Yellowstone, fly fishing, fishing Montana,
Dan Gigone
A fisher's paradise.
Mike England
A Three Forks threesome.
Ken Sinay
The Madison River has roughly 76 miles of commonly floated river, with a variety of floating options and experiences, offering something for everyone. Read more >>
Current streamflows for all of Montana's rivers:
Pete Muennich
Spring recreation in and around Bozeman almost always includes some form of water sport. For those of us with a canine counterpart, this can be intimidating, especially when watercraft is involved. Making sure your dog is comfortable aboard your boat is vital to the success of your day. Read more >>
Mike England
This fall brings the much-anticipated release of Drift (Confluence Films, $24), “a cinematic fly-fishing adventure exploring the world and the passionate individuals who dedicate their lives to the sport.” The innovative film is a joint production of veteran Warren Miller ski film camera Read more >>
Ellen Sagmyr
The early days of inducting my dog Stella into the pleasures of drift boating left me feeling like a dog abuser. Being from New Zealand, she had never seen a drift boat, much less been in one. Rivers were a place she associated with chasing sticks and having fun. That was all about to change. Read more >>
Fishing Yellowstone River - Emigrant Peak
Lisa Hudnutt
Secrets of fishing the Yellowstone.
Jeff Hostetler
In a small industrial park west of Bozeman and a long fly-cast north of I-90 sit a remarkably modest office and factory that are the home of Yellowstone Drifter Boat Company. Read more >>
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