S4:E28 One Fine Day on the East Gallatin River

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The East Gallatin River would look like a piece of ribbon candy, if you viewed it from a drone. It’s a slow moving creek that for the most part runs through private property north of Bozeman, Montana. One fall day, Steve found himself in the middle of a BWO hatch. In this episode, Dave interviews Steve about one fine day of catching rolling rainbows rising to blue-winged olives on a rainy and occasionally snowy Montana September day.

LISTEN NOW TO ONE FINE DAY ON THE EAST GALLATIN RIVER

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Please tell us about one fine day you’ve had on the river. What made it special?

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3 thoughts on “S4:E28 One Fine Day on the East Gallatin River

  1. Great topic on the BWO fishing.
    A good topic for future Pod Casts?
    1. Introducing a new person to fly fishing.
    Mentoring some new folks into the past time. I was able to do that last early summer with two friend who recently moved to the Fennimore, Wi. area. Tom & his wife Jane and I had a good time on the Blue while they got indoctrinated. Tom was lucky enough to catch a 17″ brown within a half hour. It took a couple hours of talking afterwards that you don’t catch a fish like that every time out. But I got two greats folks into the sport.

    • Tom, great to hear from you.

      There is not a lot of options in Preston. We’ve researched places to stay on AirBnb, and there are several, one for $50 a night. But most often we stick with CountryTrails Inn – http://www.countrytrailsinn.com/. Nothing fancy, for sure, but when you split the cost (which we always do), it’s pretty cheap.

      Dave