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Terminal Tactics By George Anderson

Terminal Tactics Fishing success begins with your leader, tippet and knots. by George Anderson LEADERS, TIPPETS, AND KNOTS are the vital links between you and the next outsize trout that inhales your fly. A good termi[...]
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Armstrongs Stream Reclamation Project 2007

by George Anderson   As many anglers know Armstrong's Spring Creek was ravaged by the floods of 1996 and 1997. The Yellowstone River overflowed its banks, cutting a new channel into Armstrong's Spring Creek on th[...]
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Fishing The Pods

Look up the definition of a pod in Webster's and you'll probably find something that pertains to peas. Ask any real hardcore fly angler though, and they'll immediately know what you are talking about. Heads. Big heads sl[...]
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Fishing For Fall Browns

Fall fishing in Montana isn't for everybody. For most folks, the combination of clouds, rain, and cold weather make for a crummy day outdoors, more suitable for staying under the covers and reading a book than fishing.[...]
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Montana Tailwaters Near And Far Big Horn River Lower Madison River Missouri River

 by James Anderson (first published in Outside Bozeman Spring 2008) As a year round angler, there are always a few things that I look forward to. Saying goodbye to snapping the ice out of my guides is definitely[...]
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Browns Bears And Baileys Wall

Browns, Bears and Bailey’s Wall By Bob Saile Denver Post Outdoor Editor Published in the Denver Post newspaper June 30, 1977   West Yellowstone, Mont.--- George Anderson tossed out the bait casually. [...]
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