whitewater, rivers, bozeman
the editors
3 popular whitewater rivers:YellowstoneMadisonGallatin3 popular whitewater streams:Hyalite CreekWest Fork of the GallatinBig Timber Creek Read more >>
Upper Madison, Fly Fishing, West Yellowstone, Montana
the editors
Fish the upper Madison, before it’s too late.  When winter reared its head last week, we almost put the rod and reel away. Then, lo and behold, in true Montana fashion, the weather shifted and fall slid back into the picture. Read more >>
Lower Madison, Madison River, Fly Fishing, Montana
Travis Decker
Fall Fishing Downstream From Ennis. 
Upper Madison, Fly Fishing, West Yellowstone
John Way
Autumn in the upper Madison Valley. 
Lower Madison River, Fishing montana, fly fishing, floating
John Way
The lower Madison in spring. Spring is a tricky season for the angler: weather is unpredictable, fish are elusive, and stream flows are in constant flux. Finding a waterway worthy of your time and effort can be challenging, but where there’s a will there’s a way. Read more >>
Pioneer Bar, Virginia City Montana, Madison River, Bear Trap Canyon
John Fedorka
Trophy trout, heavy-handed cops, and small-town hospitality. A Madison River fishing story. Kind of. Read more >>
Madison River Geology, Bear Trap Canyon
Thacker, Jacob
Madison River geology.
Upper Madison River, Madison, fishing Montana, fly fishing
Mike Lum
An angler's dream come true.
Bear Trap Canyon, Kitchen Sink Rapid, Madison River
Dave Schroeder
A guide to running Bear Trap. 
Gallatin River, fishing around Bozeman, fly fishing
Kumlien, Kris
Bozeman's best fishing opportunitiesThe Yellowstone, Madison, and Gallatin are open year-round and offer a wide variety of fishing opportunities. Here’s a rundown of these incredible rivers. Read more >>
fishing the Madison, fly fishing, fishing in Montana, Madison River
John Way
A study of the iconic Madison River. 
Hester, Charley
The shadows stretched long as my wife, daughter, and I drove to our friends’ ranch to catch a few fish on the Madison. Getting out of the car we noticed a commotion above us. Three ospreys flew around erratically; then we saw an eagle, and then another, talons outstretched and beaks open. Read more >>
Jemma Douglas
Everything you need to know for a fun, safe float on the lower Madison River. Read more >>
Reuss, Dave
From the Tobacco Roots to the Gallatin Range, the mountains around Bozeman hold stunning alpine lakes perfect for an overnight camping trip—but sometimes, you want to get outdoors without trying too hard. Maybe you got a late start, or you need a stationary base camp for your clan of young kids. Read more >>
Ken Sinay
The Madison River has roughly 76 miles of commonly floated river, with a variety of floating options and experiences, offering something for everyone. Read more >>
Mike England
A pleasant self-shuttle.
Krueger, Ryan
The last time I floated down the Madison, I was waist-deep in water, scuffing along the bottom in an underinflated, sinking kiddy pool. I had on far too little clothing given the circumstances and with both hands full of beer; navigation of such a vessel was simply out of the question. Read more >>
Dan Cain
Mishap on the Madison.
Angela Kociolek
Birding on the Madison River.
Mike England
Exuberance meets caution in the roiling snowmelt of southwest Montana. Read more >>
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