Fly fishing in Montana..
A number of weeks ago, a group of ten MTFFers made a fishing trip to Missoula, Montana. They fished the Clark Fork and Blackfoot Rivers whose waters ultimately flow to the Columbia River to the Pacific then they crossed the Continental Divide and fished the Missouri River which flows into the Mississippi River to the Gulf of Mexico. These rivers are known for their healthy, naturally reproducing fish: cutthroats, rainbows and browns. They spent four days in Missoula River Lodge being wined and dined and drift fishing with their excellent guides. Then they relocated to Wolf Creek Anglers in Wolf Creek, MT to fish the legendary Missouri including an area called Land of the Giants. Fishing ranged from hopper dropper to dry flies to streamers. And the fishing was great. Come to November’s meeting to see what happened.