Montana is, I think, on every fly fisherman’s bucket list, or as I learned on this trip, for some, it is an annual pilgrimage. Life in the past five years has been a roller coaster, with getting out of the military, starting a new career, and having two new additions to the family. With things
TL;DR: Fly fishing Montana’s Beaverhead River and Rock Creek. Not New England, but I figured maybe you guys would want to hear about this one. I’m also a little behind on this post. I got back from the trip a week-and-a-half ago! I had the first two weeks of November set aside for a hunting
As fishermen, we are all infatuated with the concept of luck, whether we choose to admit it or not. My luckiest moment was when my colleague introduced me to our clients in Montana. They have offices throughout the entire state, from Billings to Missoula, and many others in the PNW region. Visiting them twice a
Here is a long video. But, some very amazing scenery and beautiful fish. I have a love affair with Montana. Have fished it twice. Amazing mountains and wild fish everywhere. I have a recurring day dream. One day I will retire and fish out there every day for a month.