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CORRECTION: In last season’s How Far Will You Go section (Spring 2011, p. Read more >>
From braving the icy chill of Antarctica to navigating the ancient ruins of Macchu Picchu, intrepid Bozemanites circled the globe with their favorite rag in hand, sending us their best images from far and wide. Read more >>
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Outside Bozeman Summer Hit List Read more >>
Caplette, Jenna
Autumn gives gifts to photographers. Trees like birch and maple become dramatic and colorful. Contrasts like that between a moss-green lichen and russet strawberry leaf sharpen. Objects like antlers and tree trunks add interest to images of the season. Late autumn is more austere. Read more >>
Frost, Melissa
Are you ready for the hunt? Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks’ Hunt Planner combines updated maps with hunting regulations and statistics. You can begin planning your hunt using either a regional map by species or go right to the hunting district information you are interested in. Read more >>
Frost, Melissa
Thousands of Years of History Just Outside Bozeman Read more >>
Manning, Jim
Ah, spring! The season when Tennyson said a young man’s fancy “lightly turns to thoughts of love.” But for the region’s grizzly bears, newly roused from their winter’s fast, love can wait. It’s all about getting a good meal. Read more >>
Matthews, Jason
Raft-guide school: high water and high anxiety. Read more >>
Matthews, Jason
Customer satisfaction is the name of the game in the guiding industry. Success should be judged by everyone having a safe, fun outing regardless of the activity. Read more >>
Frost, Melissa
Here's the latest from Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks.Enough is Enough Read more >>
Manning, Jim
Montana’s horse-and-buggy days are long over, the buckboards and freight wagons of frontier days have been replaced by today’s 4x4 pickup for hauling modern Westerners and their gear. Read more >>
Matthews, Jason
If you spend much time in the backcountry, you know that Mother Nature has a twisted sense of humor. Read more >>
Frost, Melissa
THE FOOD NETWORK Read more >>
Manning, Jim
In the West, triangles have a certain “Come and get it!” quality, as any hungry cowpoke at the end of a long day can tell you: the clang of the metal triangle—the dinner bell from the chuckwagon--was music to his stomach. Read more >>
Morris, Travis
Late September through mid-November is my favorite season. The brown trout get their deep, darkened spawning colors, and become overly territorial and predatory. The old adage “big fish, big fly” is no more true than at this time of year. Read more >>
Wink, Callan
Drowned Salmonfly MaterialsHook: Dai-Riki #700 sz 6-8Thread: 6/0 BlackTail: Black Elk Hair-gape length Wing: Four Individual Clumps of Dark Elk Hair, evenly spacedBody: #11 Orange Fly-Rite Dubbing Read more >>
Jordan, Ryan
A solo hike across Montana’s Beartooth Range is an exhilarating experience. However, the ability to share the wilderness with your spouse and children is a crown jewel of life experience. Read more >>
Frost, Melissa
A Super Opportunity for Hunters Read more >>
Manning, Jim
No rip-snortin’, self-respectin’ Western movie would be without them. Our cowboy hero, his horse shot out from underneath him, one cartridge left in his six-gun and one swallow in his canteen, staggers across the burning desert landscape toward the next waterhole. And what circles above? Read more >>
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