Madison River

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The Madison River is a river that is long enough to be categorized into four sections: Madison River in Yellowstone National Park, Yellowstone National Park Boundary to Quake Lake, Upper Madison- Quake Lake to Ennis Lake and Lower Madison- Ennis Lake to Three Forks. The river makes for a great paddle if you like rapids, a scenic mellow float and great fishing.



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June 7, 2013 - 7:09pm by: Mike England
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Amazing fishing on the upper river. Wilderness paddle through Bear Trap. Wide-open Montana landscape on the lower. One of the titantic triumvirate forming the Mighty Missouri River. Enough said.
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April 30, 2015 - 9:59am by: Lea Brayton
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It is called the 50-mile riffle for a reason. Awesome nymphing runs paired with incredible streamer bank fishing, the upper and lower madison is a sure bet to land a toad of a brown.

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