Weekly Events - Wed. fly tying round-table 5:30 pm at the Bitterroot Brewing Company. 101 Marcus Street, Hamilton - 406-363-7468. Meet local and visiting tiers and enjoy a micro-brew.
Friday October 12 - 2018 is our annual BRTU Banquet, our 39th. Our banquets "sell out" of tickets. If you would like to donate or participate in 2017, contact Marshall Bloom at firstname.lastname@example.org or 406-363-3485. Well over 200 people attend our banquet! Get exposure, get involved!
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What image does your mind conjure up when someone refers to the Clark Fork? The mine wastes in the headwaters? The river that runs through Missoula? The broad flats with Missouri-like fishing for tricos? The warmwater sloughs that are … Continue reading
The 2018 Bitterroot Buggers classes will be starting later this month. This is going to be the 21st year of BRTU getting young people started in fly tying, flycasting and conservation. Buggers is our chapter’s flagship program and it is … Continue reading
38th annual banquet is set for Friday, October 13 at the Bitterroot River Inn in Hamilton. Tickets are on sale already and incredible donations are starting to come in! We are going to have some very unique premiums this year. … Continue reading
According to a news article in this week’s Bitterroot Star, a proposed land swap near the Stevensville bridge would lead to an improved Fishing Access Site (FAS). State Senator Fred Thomas made the proposal to the Stevensville City Council on behalf of … Continue reading