May 2011

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Clear Water Quest Continues.

Clear Water Quest Continues.

On May 21, 2011, with the end of the world looming over us, Sweetwater Travel’s Scott Schumacher and I decided to head down to the Missouri to spend the world’s Final Day chasing fish. The water between Holter and Hauser dams was higher than usual (Thank you, sky, for this abundance of moisture. Please stop […]

Marya Knows

Marya Knows

Who says there isn’t much fishing this time of year?! The other day I headed out with Brenden Hertz, the all time leader of broken fly rods, to fish Notellum and Random Ponds. A few hours of pond fishing turned into a mini-sized epic fishing adventure that included carp, bass, sunfish, rainbows, browns, giant crayfish, […]

Rain Rain Go Away!!!

Rain Rain Go Away!!!

After a great weekend outside we are back to more gray weather here in Livingston.  Fortunately we are not having the flash floods that plagued Eastern Montana over the weekend but there has been some flooding in Livingston.  A few residences along Billman Creek have been flooded but fortunately it has not been widespread. The […]

Spring Creek Time.

Spring Creek Time.

The water levels on the Yellowstone river continue to be high enough to keep it dirty and unfishable but the cool temperatures has keep it from reaching flood level for now.  Other parts of the state have not been so lucky.  Flash floods have caused smaller rivers to leave its banks east of Billings and […]

The Missouri River.

The Missouri River.

We got a chance to hit the Missouri for two days. There is a lot more water than a couple of weeks  ago and the river will continue to expand in the following weeks. Flows were increased on Wednesday which made us wonder what the day would be like after a great day of fishing […]

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