Angler or ichthyologist (fish scientist), you gotta be happy living in southwest Montana - we've got several species of trout, whitefish, "trash" fish (carp and suckers), and a few warm-water species as well. Check the Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Fish Guide for more info.
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 >>
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- Brad JapheThe Wild Steelhead Coalition (WSC) is a not-for-profit group of concerned citizens who are committed to reversing the decline of the wild steelhead in the waters of the Pacific Northwest. Read more >>Thielman-Ibes, KimAs Captain Phil maneuvered the gillnetting boat out from the docks and into the deep 66-degree frigid waters of Yellowstone Lake, Pat Bigelow, fisheries biologist for the park, explained our duties on board. Read more >>Maffly, BrianIn the years that rainbow trout have repopulated the Madison River since the whirling disease die-off in the mid-1990s, Dick Vincent has noticed something very curious and troubling. Few of the Madison’s rainbows survive into their third year, and growth rates are down about 30 percent. Read more >>
- Leach, MichaelIn a rapidly growing western landscape, the ability to assimilate into the local culture is a skill and even a gift. Read more >>Reed, TomOne 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 >>
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