fly fishing the Yellowstone River, Outside Bozeman
Way, John
Sling it this spring. 
Yellowstone National Park, Fisheries Management
Decker, David
A criticism of fisheries management.
Rainbow Trout, fishing in Montana, playing with your food
Reed, Tom
What catch-and-release really is
Beaudoin, Kate
The effects of climate change are already evident, and the stakes are high for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers living in southwest Montana who recreate year-round in Yellowstone National Park. Read more >>
Washoe Park Trout Hatchery
Reuss, Dave
88%: trout’s chance of survival if exhaustively exercised62%: trout’s chance of survival if exhaustively exercised and held out of the water for 30 seconds Read more >>
Garcia, Corinne
Whether it’s the quest for monster trout, the search for the Flathead Monster, or the snagging of prehistoric fish, Montana lays claim to some impressive big-fish lore. Here’s a look at some of the best-known Big Sky fishing legends. Read more >>
  • Trout

    rainbow trout, catch and release, Montana trout fishing
    Gough, Fran
    Life and (nearly) death in a trout stream. Read more >>
    Cutthroat in  Montana NP
    LaFortune, Emerald
    Restoring a Yellowstone native. 
    Brown Trout, fishing in Montana, fly fishing
    Kehler, Art
    A foe not soon forgotten.
    fly-fishing, bozeman montana, first fish, trout
    England, Mike
    Two memories often percolate through the stratified bedrock of my accumulated fishing experiences, seeping into consciousness cold and clear like a mountain spring. Read more >>
    fly fishing, Montana hatches, bug hatches, fishing in Montana
    Adelman, Jake
    When to fish what in southwest MontanaFiguring out what the fish are eating is one of the hardest parts of fly fishing. Here’s a look at the best hatches around southwest Montana. Read more >>
  • Whitefish

    Reed, Tom
    One of my earliest fishing memories has a mountain whitefish at its heart. I don’t know how old I was, but I do know that I was infected by the fishing fever. Read more >>
    Reed, Tom
    I’m not sure when I started wanting a drift boat. I do know why. On various trips around Montana, I’d drive past glimmering rivers and catch an occasional glimpse of a drift boat, anglers fore and aft, a hardy captain at the oars. Read more >>
    Michael Leach
    In a rapidly growing western landscape, the ability to assimilate into the local culture is a skill and even a gift. Read more >>
  • Others

    Photo by Robin D Webb
    Sinay, Ken
    Arctic grayling are a beautiful fish. Graced with a large colorful dorsal fin—which gets even more brilliant during the spring spawning period—this silvery, bluish member of the trout family can be quite dramatic to see, and even more dramatic to fish. Read more >>
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