Jefferson River

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The Jefferson River begins near Twin Bridges, flowing more than 80 miles to its confluence with the Madison and Gallatin to form the Missouri River. The Jefferson is not in the same fishing league as neighboring rivers, but an angler searching for brown trout with fewer crowds will find it an enjoyable destination. The Jefferson Canoe Trail is a project designed to improve floating and camping opportunities on the river and provide public access.



Average: 4 (1 vote)
May 1, 2015 - 9:29am by: Lea Brayton
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Beware! Summer brings many afloating to this river. Lots of places to put in and take out, and fun little bridges to jump from on the way if you're feeling daring. Definitely has a little more speed than the Madison most summers, but seems to be less swarmed with people.

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