Written by: Maggie Mae Stone and Jenny Mayrell-Woodruff
Maggie (left) and Jenny shared a three-day tour of some of Montana’s iconic trout waters.
Photos by Maggie Mae Stone and Jenny Mayrell-Woodruff
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The genesis of this was two years ago in Missoula, Montana at the Orvis Guide Rendevous. In a very male-dominated sport, it was no surprise that the few talented and able female anglers. . .
Here’s a great trailer for for an upcoming production called “Seasons of the Stone,” which will follow a group of ten female anglers across three states and 1,000 miles in the Greater. . .
The rainbows on the Upper Madison were feeding heavily, despite the cold.
Photo by Maggie Mae Stone
Maggie Mae Stone—a guide at The Tackle Shop in Ennis, Montana, as well as a former Trout Bum of the Week—sent in this cool shot from a solo trip she made yesterday. Here’s her. . .
We posted the first teaser for “Through the Guides” more than a year ago, and then there was a second taste back in November. At last, the complete film by The Noble Lab is. . .
Cabin fever is a serious malady, so Joe Cummings and his buddies schedule an annual late-winter trip to help shake off the cobwebs and get ready for the serious fishing to come. As you’ll see, . . .
Scan the Clark Fork watershed on any gorgeous day and you’ll see thousands of anglers, rafters, tubers, birders, hikers, and others in, on, and around the water. Zoom in and you’ll hear. . .
Guide Todd Everts surveys his impressive streamer collection on the Missouri just below Craig, Montana.
Photo by Phil Monahan
Guide Todd Everts of PRO Outfitters has been guiding on the Missouri for a quarter century, so he knows a thing or two about what the trout like to eat. In spring, that’s often streamers. . .
Maggie Mae shows off a gorgeous Madison River brown, from inside the Park.
All photos courtesy Maggie Mae Kuhlman
Lone Mountain Ranch guide (and former Trout Bum of the Week) Maggie Mae Stone sent in another great set of photos from Yellowstone National Park, along with a. . .
The coldest day of fishing I ever endured was in Montana, where the mercury read 17 degrees Fahrenheit. But the fish was great, which helped a body feel a lot warmer (but not the. . .
Since moving out West, Kubie has spent a lot of time chasing cutthroat trout in Montana and Wyoming.
Photos courtesy Kubie Brown
Kubie Brown is a Vermont native who used to man the fly-fishing desk at the Orvis flagship store in Manchester, but he has since moved to Montana to pursue his fly fishing dreams. He is. . .