The chance to hunt big, healthy fish drows anglers to Yellowstone after most of the tourists have gone.
Photos courtesy Maggie Mae Stone
Every October, Maggie Mae Stone—a former Trout Bum of the Week who guides for The Tackle Shop in Ennis, Montana—spends three days in Yellowstone National Park, chasing the big . . .
Written by: Rebecca Shirley, Eagle Nest Lodge
Montana’s Bighorn River is not a bad place to start a fly-fishing career.
Photo courtesy Eagle Nest Lodge
Megan Petruccelli, from San Francisco, came to Eagle Nest Lodge last month as one of just two women in a group of 12 anglers. This was Megan’s first. . .