Lakes in Montana, alpine lakes, lake fishing
Pierre, Mike
Take a break at a lakeWhen you choose to live in Bozeman, you give yourself the chance to explore Montana’s spectacular backcountry. Take a break from the grind and visit one of the following alpine lakes for quiet solitude and great fishing. Read more >>
Fishing in Yellowstone, Yellowstone National Park, Firehole River
Richard Parks
The fish are waiting. 
lake fishing in Montana, alpine lakes, fly fishing,
Adelman, Jake
Approaching alpine-lake fishing
lake fishing in Montana, fly fishing, Hebgen Lake, lakes to fish
Ward, Mark
What lakes to fish near Bozeman
small-stream fishing, fly fishing in Montana, creek fishing
Reed, Tom
Small-stream fishing around southwest Montana
fishing the Madison, fly fishing, fishing in Montana, Madison River
Way, John
A study of the iconic Madison River. 
fishing reels, fishing gear, fly fishing, fishing essentials
Tompkins, Josh
What you need to fish Montana
brown fish, fishing story, fishing in Montana, trout
Reed, Tom
August, that thick season of harvest and summer fading in a series of hot days, a time of sunburn and sweat. Read more >>
McCarthy, Chirs
I have a new fishing partner; I’ll call him Eddie. He doesn’t drink my beer or eat my food. Hell, he doesn’t even try to catch fish, but he does provide protection. Protection from summer heat. Protection from sunburn. Read more >>
Hebgen Lake, Lake Fishing, Alpine Fishing, Fishing in Montana
Lewis, Jimmy
Angling fun in Montana's lakes
Jones, Andrea
Understanding Montana's stream-access law
Ruby River, fly-fishing, fishing in Montana, Montana river
Hartman, Justin
The river to wadeNestled in the Gravelly and Ruby Mountains outside Alder, the Ruby River flows from Ruby Reservoir. Narrower than most of the major rivers in southwest Montana, the Ruby offers unique and rewarding fishing. Read more >>
Beaverhead River, fly-fishing, fishing in Montana, big-trout river
Hartman, Justin
Montana's fish factory.
Big Hole River, fly-fishing, fishing in Montana
Smith, Tom
Six fish species, one river
fly-fishing, Montana, fishing in Montana, trout, fish myths
the editors
The truth behind fishing superstitions. 
cooking fish, fish by the fire, cleaning your catch, fishing in Montana
Kuntz, Steve
A guide to gutting your fish
Rainbow Trout, fishing in Montana, playing with your food
Reed, Tom
What catch-and-release really is
Strainer, Chris
Spring runoff. For the fly angler, this season of muddy torrents means one of three things: 1) wait it out; 2) fish still water (ponds and lakes); or 3) fish a tailwater river (controlled by a dam). Option 1 sucks, and option 2 ain’t no picnic either. Read more >>
Boyce, Dan
The fine art of the foul-hook“There’s one!” I say with the strained sort of exhale one uses to indicate a fish on the end of the line is bigger than it actually is. Read more >>
Sveum, Paul
“Each one of us here today will at one time in our lives look upon a loved one who is in need and ask the same question: We are willing to help, Lord, but what, if anything, is needed? For it is true we can seldom help those closest to us. Read more >>
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