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Category Archives: Fly of the Month
Fly of the Month GT Western March Brown (Rhrithrogena) by Greg Chester Spring time on the Bitterroot is always an exciting time of the year. We start with the long awaited Skwala activity after winter and then are treated to … Continue reading
Spring is just around the corner and the sight of trout eagerly rising to a dry fly won’t come too soon. We saw a few sporadic rises early in February but it’s still a sub-surface, bottom bouncing presentation that draws … Continue reading