RiversEdge

The River’s Edge

Bozeman, MTSunshine and Salmonflies on the radar Of the laundry list of flyfishing variables we cannot predict, weather—good or bad—ranks near the top. So far spring 2010 has been a strange, extended winter for many living in the West: Rain, snow… more snow. Nowhere is that more prevalent than in southwest Montana, where late-season snowpack…

PlaqueminesFlyGuides

Headlines: June 18, 2010

Support Plaquemines FlyGuidesPlaquemines FlyGuides was created to generate relief income in the wake of the recent oil spill in the Gulf for flyfishing guides and their families, who work year-round, full-time out of Lower Plaquemines Parish. “We’re still out on the water as many days as possible but due to the recent oil spill in…

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Or Try This Instead…

A petition calling for a stretch of the Teton River to be designated flyfishing only is circulating in the Valley. The idea is that the designation would stimulate the local economy, at least according to Rob Merrill, who is behind the initiative. He says bait fishing and spin casting just aren’t

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Teton Dam—Try it Again?

IDAHO—Thirty-four years ago, eastern Idaho changed forever. The eight-month-old Teton Dam, on the Teton River near Rexburg, failed—drowning 11 people and 18,000 head of livestock and causing $2 billion in damage. The state of Idaho and BuRec are now investigating ways to boost state water supply. That includes, perhaps, a new Teton Dam. “The environmental…

PlaqueminesFlyGuides

Support Plaquemines FlyGuides

Plaquemines FlyGuides was created to generate relief income in the wake of the recent oil spill in the Gulf for flyfishing guides and their families, who work year-round, full-time out of Lower Plaquemines Parish. “We’re still out on the water as many days as possible but due to the recent oil spill in the Gulf,…