Kayak Technique, Spring Kayaking
Brian Fletcher
Improving your paddling technique. 
Wave Train Kayak School, Spring Kayaking
Dave Zinn
Spring paddling safety. 
Whitewater kayaking, Standup Paddleboarding
the editors
A final watery showdown.
Montana Creekboating, Ousel Falls
Schroeder, David
Creekboating in southwest Montana.
Beginner's Guide, Montana Whitewater
Pogge, Drew
Fun before mastery.
Kayaking the Clark's Fork, The Yellowstone River rapids, Outside Bozeman.
Schroeder, Dave
The Clark's Fork of the Yellowstone.
kayaking, open boating, whitewater
Kennedy, Kevin
Springtime’s free (indoor) outdoor-recreation opportunity for MSU students. Read more >>
Photo by Bill Bilverstone
Schroeder, Dave
The boat slices through the last standing wave and carves smoothly into the placid eddy on my right. The thrill of the upstream rapids courses through my veins while I slowly spin in the calm water. Read more >>
Current streamflows for all of Montana's rivers:
Shoshone Lake
Ryan Cuddy
A solo adventure to Shoshone Lake 
Railblaza C-Tug
Howlett, David
One of the most challenging things about kayak fishing is transporting the considerable size and weight of the boat from my vehicle to the water’s edge. When fully loaded, my boat weighs well over 100 pounds, and at 12 feet long, it’s awkward to move around. Read more >>
Wilderness Systems Fishing Kayak, Wilderness Systems Ride 115 Max Angler
Howlett, David
My fishing buddy Mark summed up the Ride 115 Max Angler from Wilderness Systems best: “It’s got all the bells and whistles.” I couldn't say it better, because with a slew of desirable components built in and the Yakattack signature Angler Package, the 115 Max Angler is one of the Read more >>
Bear Trap Canyon, Kitchen Sink Rapid, Madison River
Dave Schroeder
A guide to running Bear Trap. 
Predator MX Kayak, Montana River Fishing, Outside Bozeman
Howlett, David
As a kayak-fisherman, I need a vessel that’s just as capable on lakes as it is in rivers. To my delight, I found the Predator MX from Old Town Canoe & Kayak, engineered from bow to stern to be the ultimate mixed-water fishing platform. Read more >>
Kayak Fishing, Montana rivers, Outside Bozeman
Howlett, David
An introduction to kayak-fishing.
Ransom, Katie
Kayaking destinations for beginners
the editors
Water churning over rocks, tumbling over falls, and eddying quietly behind boulders—there’s nothing more powerful or beautiful than spring runoff in the mountains. Read more >>
Photo by Ryan Krueger
Overton, Mitch
The beloved Bozeman summer… are you stand-up paddleboarding yet? Kayaking? Fly fishing? Going to beer and food tastings with other happy Bozemanites? If your answer is no, we can help. Read more >>
Herzog, Tim
You’ve run shuttle and you’re sliding into your boat at the put-in. The water level is about what you expected and you can see the entry to the first rapid, remembering that you need to start left and then cut right after the big hole. Read more >>
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