Rivers & Streams

Spring Fly Fishing Montana
Anderson, George
Early-season trout haunts. Read more >>
Ruby River
Thomas, Jr., E. Donnall
Fighting for access to the Ruby River. Read more >>
Montana River Snorkeling
Randall, Brianna
River snorkeling in southwest Montana. Read more >>
Photo by Kyle Christenson
Meghan O'Neal
On those blazing summer days in Bozeman, sometimes all you want is to grab a swimsuit and some beer and go in search of sweet relief. There are a number of places to swim around Bozeman if you’re willing to look. Read more >>
Headwaters, Fishing
John Holt
Fishing headwater creeks. Read more >>
Smith River, Conservation, Save the Smith
Holt, John
A Montana treasure under threat. Read more >>
East Rosebud Creek, Water, Wild
Scott Bosse
Wild & Scenic designations in southwest Montana.  Read more >>
Montana Spring Creeks
Hostetler, Jeff
Fishing spring creeks. Read more >>
Montana Float Trips
Krueger, Ryan
Overnight floats in the Bozeman area. Read more >>
Photo Courtesy Gallatin River Task Force
Brayton, Lea
Protecting Montana's rivers. Read more >>
dark mountain bright night, alpine lakes, rushing rivers, spring in montana,
Brayton, Lea
Spring speaks promises of warmth, whispering words in the currents of rivers that rise like smoke to the big sky. Read more >>
small-stream fishing, fly fishing in Montana, creek fishing
Reed, Tom
Small-stream fishing around southwest Montana Read more >>
Big Hole River, Montana, Fly Fishing
Dehmer, Kurt
Montana's Big Hole River revealed. 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 >>
Beaverhead River, fly-fishing, fishing in Montana, big-trout river
Hartman, Justin
Montana's fish factory. Read more >>
Big Hole River, fly-fishing, fishing in Montana
Smith, Tom
Six fish species, one river Read more >>
Photo by Dean Sauskojus
Krueger, Ryan
The big thaw starts slow. Warm weather and sunshine soften the high mountains and a season of accumulation begins to morph beneath the changing elements. Read more >>
Holt, John
Fly fishing and roaming around good country is what autumn was designed for, with the array of color in leaves and grasses, cool blue skies, pure waters, and trout feeding with a fervidness driven by approaching winter. Read more >>
Flannery, Joseph
Nothing deters backpackers from the Bechler more than the bugs. A handful of Deet and a quick pace might shield you along the trail from the ranger station to the edge of Bechler Meadows, but no further. Read more >>
Photo by Amy Shertzer
Scott Bosse
We Montanans have a lot to be proud of when it comes to contributing to our nation’s conservation legacy: Montana is home to two of America’s most beloved national parks—Glacier and Yellowstone. Read more >>
© 2000-2017 Outside Media Group, LLC
Powered by BitForge