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A beautiful brown from the North Fork of the East South

Like wade fishing?   So do we, especially this time of year.  The tributaries of the Yellowstone as well as other small streams around the entire state come alive in the Fall.  Naturally, these kinds of streams are top secret “stash waters” with names like the “Upper Nunya,” the “Head of Lettuce Creek,”  the “Tail of Skunk,” “Banana Lake,”  “Tuna Creek,” or the “The Lower Upper.”  In the summer time, guides will tell each other what kinds of patterns are working best or what sections are fishing well.  But when it comes to smaller water with bigger fish, they play their cards close.  Lucky you…   Who lives out-of-state and won’t be able to return to their secret spot until next year, (when you book with them again).

Give us a call and let us arrange your next Fall fishing road trip.  406-222-7130