Fishing

fishing cast fly montana bozeman
Holden Sieler
Value through the eyes of an angler. Read more >>
Joshua Bergan
Yellowstone Park in the year of the Bug. Read more >>
Niall Clancy
In defense of trashfish. Read more >>
Public Lands, Stewardship, Public Access
Zach Mills
A plea for better stewardship.  Read more >>
boating, safety
John Way
Water is a destructive element. Places like Bighorn Canyon, with thousand-foot cliffs carved by water, are a testament to its constant power. Read more >>
Bluegill, fishing, fish
Kurt Dehmer
Fishing is all about the tug on the other end of the line, regardless of the species biting. Read more >>
Kurt Dehmer
While most folks flock to Montana to fish for trout, there are a growing number of anglers in search of new quarry. Read more >>
service, Wounded Warriors, fishing
Jacob Henan
For almost 20 years, we’ve heard countless stories of wounded veterans returning from combat, only to face an uncertain future due to their newly-acquired injuries. By now, we all know that US service members return every day with life-changing wounds—both physical and psychological. Read more >>
Kurt Dehmer
As an outfitter and professional fishing guide, I’ve owned a handful of river craft over the years. Read more >>
Upper Madison, Fly Fishing, West Yellowstone
David Tucker
A warning from winter jumpstarts a fishing road-trip.  Read more >>
Keeper Tape
David Howlett
Why didn't I think of this? That's what came to mind as I applied Keeper Tape to my fly rod. This simple but handy product applies a self-adhesive, transparent measuring tape onto your fly rod, and can measure fish up to 36 inches. Read more >>
Montana Fishing Access—MountainWorks
Chris McCarthy
It’s not often that I don’t have my fishing gear with me, which can lead to me looking longingly at a nice little stream, wondering where I can legally access it. MountainWorks Software has eliminated that problem with the release of the Montana Fishing App. Read more >>
native trout, bozeman trout, Outside Bozeman, catch-and-kill
Jeff Kershner
Restoring native trout through catch-and-kill.  Read more >>
Bozeman, anglers, fish bro
Niall Clancy
A rundown of Bozeman-area anglers.  Read more >>
Ruby River, Seyler Lane, PLWA
Kathryn Qannayahu
Montana has some of the most enviable access laws of any state in the Union, and indeed, of any trout fishery in the world Read more >>
Fishing Etiquette, Fly Fishing Etiquette
the editors
Dos and don'ts on the river. Read more >>
Gallatin History Museum
the editors
William Ginn shows off his catch in this back-in-the-day version of the grip-and-grin. His trout were big, he kept them all, and he looked damn good doing it in a wool cap and suit. Yes, times have changed. Read more >>
Yellowstone River Fish Kill, Montana Invasive Species
Andrea Jones, FWP
Last year’s massive whitefish kill on the Yellowstone River was bad, but for Montana anglers, it may be a signal of what's to come. Read more >>
Fishing, Road Dreams, Story
Reed, Tom
Fishing for stories. Read more >>
the editors
At its most basic level, fishing requires a line, a hook, and a lure, three items attainable for under five bucks. How, then, has the industry grown into a billion-dollar one, and how, then, did anglers spend over $900,000,000 in Montana alone in 2014? Let’s take a closer look at the numbers. Read more >>
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