Here’s a cool, short video from Montana guide Frank Melro, featuring a great piece of cutthroat water. I love the mixture of drone angles that match the action seen from the ground camera. The video portrays the kind of magical fly-fishing experience that keeps folks coming back to Big Sky Country.
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AWESOME video. In my mind, West-Slope Cutts are the most beautiful fish in the world!
Please keep this location undisclosed.
I agree Bryant – with so many wonderful Big Sky country streams – there’s no need to publish the location of every honey-hole, the best experiences are to be found by exploring and finding your own endless variations…
I don’t even know where it is, but I agree.
I recognized that place from the video of the drive in, I love that hike and the fishing there.
The burned trees, narrow and clear water are a dead giveaway. No need to keep it a secret though, most people that go out that way are looking for the larger rivers, do not want to hike in anywhere, and pay for the rubber hatch…they dont want to hike in to wild fish populations. put on boots and get a map and you can catch 100s of pure strain west slope. the hwys/trails surrounding this specific spot only cross a few hundred streams/creeks/tribs loaded with these fish.
Beautiful place with lots of nice water. I’d fish there more often if it weren’t so crowded.
Great angles by the camera person!
Awesome! Cutties are probably my favorite species to spend a day catching.
Great video quality and great location! Thanks for sharing. Eric
Beautiful video. I love everything. Anyway, maybe the way like music flows make me dream about it! Thanks!