Upper Ousel Falls Trail

Ousel Falls is a very inspiring morning hike. This hike is a very easy walk, one the whole family can do in comfort. Pack breakfast or a do a picnic lunch. The east fork of the Gallatin is also a great place to catch west slope Cutthroat as well. The trail is 1.7 miles round […]

Wild Rainbows

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Fins and Feathers Fishing Report: Gallatin River – Sat, Oct 19th

    Gallatin River – Sat, Oct 19th The Gallatin is still fishing good. Nymphing with rubberlegs and small beadhead droppers has been great.  Rubberlegs so hot right now. Rubberlegs. Some Baetis and Midges have been out on overcast days, and the streamer bite has been pretty good down here in the valley.  Worm and […]

The Crossing

  by Charley While walking, wading and casting on Saturday,  down the Gallatin River, a Few Bighorn Sheep decided they needed to cross just up river from me.  Here a few photos of the crossing.                   Source: Road Trekin Adventures/  Baret News Wire

Soft Hackle Ant, the Fall Back Fly

          Soft Hackle Ant in a size 14 – 18 tied on a dry fly hook, is one of my favorites.  It is tied several different ways.  I like a red butt and sometimes a red center or both.  It is also tied with either chartreuse  dyed partridge or natural.   The […]

Deep-Sea Fishing Adventures

  Deep-Sea Fishing Adventures by ZZ Troutski Walking through those dark wooded areas searching for that whitetail is one thing; but now is the time to head into the open waters. Now is the time of year to embark on the truly awesome adventure of deep-sea fishing.   Sport fishing has, over the decades, turned […]