The Crown of the Continent- Protecting and Connecting the Flathead in the 21st Century

The Crown of the Continent- Protecting and Connecting the Flathead in the 21st Century

Over thousands of years, the native bull trout and westslope cutthroat of the northern Rockies evolved complimentary ecologies- the cutthroat seldom exceeding twenty inches and subsisting largely on aquatic insects, the bull trout reaching twenty pounds or more and feeding heavily on fish.  Bull trout spawned in the autumn, cutthroat spawned in the spring, thereby … Continue reading

Of Ruts & Grooves

Of Ruts & Grooves

“There’s a very fine line between a groove and a rut…” It’s too bad that life often gets in the way of good fishing- but for better or for worse, moves and new jobs have the tendency to do that.  Do what you can, when you can- I haven’t been able to get out much … Continue reading