Tips & Tricks

Ski Tuning, Ski Bozeman, Bozeman Ski Shops
Ashley Coulthard
Keep 'em sharp. Read more >>
Grizzly Outfitters, Boot Fitting
Drew Pogge
Your feet are worth the investment. Read more >>
Jump Turn How-to, Steep Skiing, Bridger Bowl
Kirk, Karin
Jump-turn technique. Read more >>
DIY Pete Ski Rack, DIY Ski Rack
Pete Sveen
DIY ski storage. Read more >>
clove hitch knot, climbing, tie
England, Mike
Essential knots, part 2.  Read more >>
Bowline knot, rafting knots
England, Mike
Essential knots, part 1. Read more >>
Learn 2 Ski, Montana skiing
Karin Kirk
A closer look at common skiing lore. Read more >>
camp coffee, brewing coffee, how to pack coffee
Jimmy Lewis
Coffee isn't optional. Read more >>
Fishing in Montana, Cheap fishing, fishing frugality, fishing budget
Way, John
Fishing trips that won't break the bank Read more >>
floating
Dehmer, Kurt
Pro tips for boat trips Read more >>
Ruby River, fly-fishing, fishing in Montana, Montana river
Hartman, Justin
The river to wadeNestled in the Gravelly and Ruby Mountains outside Alder, the Ruby River flows from Ruby Reservoir. Narrower than most of the major rivers in southwest Montana, the Ruby offers unique and rewarding fishing. Read more >>
cooking fish, fish by the fire, cleaning your catch, fishing in Montana
Kuntz, Steve
A guide to gutting your fish Read more >>
Rainbow Trout, fishing in Montana, playing with your food
Reed, Tom
What catch-and-release really is Read more >>
John Way
Top ten fly patterns. Read more >>
Ryan Krueger
How to be a dirtbag.  Read more >>
Pogge, Drew
Got snot? If you said no, you’re a liar. Snot—the stuff of mucus and boogers, not the awful California punk band—is a fact of life in the winter. Here in Montana, where the air is colder than a day-old dumpling and drier than a popcorn fart, snot happens. It happens a lot  Read more >>
Reuss, Dave
Over the last two years, I’ve racked up around 600 miles on the trails, hundreds of dollars in debt, and bruises on every part of my body trying to become a competent mountain biker. I’m still not there, but these are all things I wish someone would’ve told me on day one. Read more >>
Drew Pogge
Asking permission to hunt private property is kind of like asking someone for a first date: you don’t know what to expect, whether it’ll be worth the effort, or if the other person is going to come after you with a shotgun shouting expletives about property rights and liberal Bozeman city-folk. Read more >>
Kurt Dehmer
For many of us, summer means one thing: hunting season is near. But months of lazy fishing, floating, and summer barbeques do little to keep one’s skills sharp come opening day. Like anything, preparation and forethought are invaluable companions on the journey to success. Read more >>
Mike Lum
It’s about that time of year when non-skier types start pining for the longer, warmer days of spring. With lingering sub-zero days, constant wind-chill discomfort, and icy roads, the jonesing can set in hard. Read more >>
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