Monthly Archives: November 2011

Although Winter fishing is here to stay, windows of warmer weather do show up from time to time.  A savvy angler and internet user can quickly find out what areas of the state look like they are going to fish … Continue reading

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G. Loomis NRX and Tibor Everglades 8 weight outfit

8 weight rods aren’t only for saltwater!  As our good friend and customer Steve Flood found out, a 9 foot 8 weight G. Loomis NRX combined with a Tibor Everglades is the perfect set up for catching huge 10 lb. … Continue reading

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Sage 890 Xi3 and Tibor Signature 8/9 in action

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Winter Fly Fishing in Montana begins

Like it or not, winter fishing is here to stay.  The shelf ice and floating chunks now make it unsafe to float the Yellowstone.  Wading is still an option, but even that can be dangerous so watch your step.  The … Continue reading

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Hunting down the man

Let’s face it, catching a 30 inch brown is not an easy task.   It takes time, money, dedication, preparation, skills (both on the river and at the vise), years of experience, luck, and perhaps above all, the mindset of … Continue reading

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Paradise Valley Spring Creeks

The browns are in full spawning mode on the creeks right now, which means it’s actually difficult to find a fish that’s not on a redd.  I only saw a handful of risers, all of which were dinks and too … Continue reading

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