Why wait till spring to get back on the water? There are plenty of trout to be caught throughout the winter when conditions are right.
As the seasons change from Fall to Winter, I have recently had some days off and have spent these chilly afternoons watching new documentaries about a few famous 70’s rock bands: “The History of The Eagles” & “Lynyrd Skynyrd: If I Leave here Tomorrow.” Since then I have been driving my wife crazy byContinue reading “Sun Setting on a Great Season”
I try not to go overboard with gratuitous grip n’ grin pictures, but I couldn’t help myself…. Over the last couple of weeks fishing all around Montana has been excellent. Being centrally based in Philipsburg, Montana I get the rare opportunity to explore & fish on a diverse selection of waters. In the last monthContinue reading “Fish On!”
Set, set! There it is! Fish on! Bam! Oh yeah! Fish off! Son of a #&*$@! These are the echoes that fill the air through the canyons of Rock Creek as the annual emergence of the famous Salmonflies cause both trout and anglers alike to go into a frenzy. The trout have endured the longContinue reading “Salmonfly Frenzy”
As an avid outdoorsman, and Outfitter, I believe it is important to take care of the resources that we enjoy everyday. Last week I was lucky to be a volunteer in the 2nd annual Clark Fork River Clean Up sponsored by The Ranch at Rock Creek, the Clark Fork Coalition and Trout Unlimited. The participationContinue reading “Cleaning Up the Clark Fork”
Fish On!! While floating the Missouri River you often hear this phrase echoing from boat to boat. Most of the time the excited angler has hooked into one of the healthy Rainbow or Brown Trout that inhabit the river. Sometimes you can be lucky enough to hook one of the other, more rare, species thatContinue reading “Walleye on the Fly”