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Familiar Waters: A lifetime of fly fishing in Montana by David Stuver


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From the book:

” I was a boy at a ranch on the Powder River in southeastern Montana, a generation removed from homesteaders…My mother’s parents resigned from teaching jobs in South Dakota to homestead free Montana land… when one could still ride all day without crossing a fence.”

“As the years go by, I clearly remember the fishing and the scenery, and I have my old fishing logs for reference… In time, the focal point of an adventure may fade to a particular fish, vision of landscape, or a special wildlife encounter; the reason for being there. A fish is sometimes memorable due to size, but is more often remembered because of the circumstances, the particular challenge, the color and appearance, or a special location on a stream.”