The warm weather and waters in Montana this summer have limited the trout-fishing opportunities recently. So I perused my library shelves, and plucked Art Lee’s
Halford and Skues- both, legendary fly fishers and authors in a time gone by. Like many fly fishers who angle for trout, I am enamored of
Like so many things in life, the ideal fly rod length has evolved not in a straight line, but rather, in a full circle. Today, the
It’s wintertime, a historic blizzard blew through last week, and days fit for fly fishing seem few and far between. For me, it’s a time
This article begins my third year of writing articles regarding fly fishing for trout. To my surprise, I continue to find topics of interest. I
It was a late summer evening too many years ago, and I was standing knee deep in the Missouri River, several miles below Holter Dam.
For any who were hoping that this article would be about a forgotten or overlooked trout stream, a paradise for adventuresome fly fishers, you may