Monthly Archives: July 2012

Wounded Warriors

For the past two days, an organization called Project Healing Waters had set up a two day fishing trip for a group of Veterans. This organization was founded to give Veterans, and particularly veterans with minor disabilities a chance to … Continue reading

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Day on the Blackfoot

Yesterday, I had clients that wanted to see the Blackfoot. They were only going to be in town for a few more days, and had already fished the Bitterroot. So another guide and I, Brian Grande, drove towards the top … Continue reading

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Photo Gallery from the Past Week

Missoula Sunset Bitterroot Rainbow Lighting Storm Watched an Eagle pick him right out of the water. Today I had the day to myself, so I ventured up near the headwaters of my favorite river. It was one of those days … Continue reading

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More Muskies from Back Home

Brother Cole and our buddy Max were out on the lake this morning, trolling for muskies. They found some really hot fish, and soon hooked four and landed two during the course of a couple hours. If you know Muskie … Continue reading

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Rivers Are Void of People

Usually in the months of July and August, people from all over the country flock to Montana to take advantage of some of the best dry fly fishing in the country. There are still people from all over in town … Continue reading

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Evening Dry Fly Fishing

I was able to sneak out for a little evening dry action with my good buddy Ben. We fished a section of the Clark Fork where we found some some Caddis, and spent pmd’s. We found a handfull of hard … Continue reading

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Mid-Summer Heat

I’ve been on the water a lot, whether guiding or fishing with friends, so I haven’t had time to post anything up lately. Its been really hot for the past week, the temps are surpassing 90 everyday. Lots of small … Continue reading

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