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Fly Fishing on the Clark Fork MT

Where to Fly Fish on the Clark Fork River MT (Maps, Flies and Technique)

The Clark Fork River, located in Western Montana, is a beautiful fishery for rainbow, brown, cutthroat, and endangered bull trout. Although mining has had detrimental effects in the past, this large river has recovered and remains a quality fishery with the help of the surrounding communities. Thirty years ago, fish populations were almost nonexistent but …

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Rainbow from Colorado River

Where to Fly Fish on the Colorado River, CO (Maps, Flies and Way More)

You might not recognize the mighty Colorado at its headwaters in the Kawuneeche Valley. Up here, the river is small enough to jump across in many places, and flows through marshy meadows and beaver ponds before collecting its strength in three major reservoirs: Grand Lake, Shadow Mountain Reservoir and Lake Granby. Below these lakes, the …

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Where to Fly Fish on the Fryingpan River CO

Where to Fly Fish on the Fryingpan River Colorado (Maps, Flies and More)

Gold Medal trout rivers are not always as easy to fish as one might think. I’ve had the honor of fishing a variety of Gold Medal trout rivers across the country and they’re usually overpacked and the fish are extremely picky! While the Fryingpan River can feel overcrowded, it’s an iconic river that consistently produces …

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Where to Fly Fish on the Animas River CO

Where to Fly Fish on the Animas River, Colorado (Maps, Flies and Technique)

The Animas River in Colorado is one of the last freestone rivers in the entire state. It’s beautiful, unique and access is fairly impressive compared to many other Colorado Rivers. You even have a chance at finding state record brown trout swimming throughout the two miles of Gold Medal water! Fly fishing the Animas River …

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Madison River Montana Fly Fishing

Where to Fly Fish on the Madison River, Montana (Maps, Flies and Technique)

The Madison River is a bucket list river for most fly fishers.  A promise of big trout and a beautiful mountain backdrop with easy-to-read riffles and runs. With the headwaters at the confluence of the Firehole and Gibbons rivers within Yellowstone National Park the river flows through storybook mountain lakes like Hebgen Lake and Earthquake …

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Fly Fishing on Yellowstone River Montana

Where to Fly Fish on the Yellowstone River MONTANA (Maps, Flies and Technique)

After leaving the park, the Yellowstone becomes a part of Montana. Below Gardiner the river fishes well all the way to Laurel. The most popular and productive stretch in Montana is from Gardiner to Livingston which is a little over 125 miles of water. The Yellowstone River outside of the park is a true gem.  …

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