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A Sanctuary on the Lower Big Hole River

June 24th, 2009

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Ahh, Montana, Montana ranches, Montana rivers…Perhaps the state most gifted with beautiful crystalline rivers and streams that flow cold, filled with wild trout.  Nestled in the state’s southwestern region lies arguably the most prolific blue ribbon water in the entire West – the Big Hole Basin of the Upper Missouri River watershed. These waters provide diversity and sanctuary to the surrounding arid, yet stunning landscape. Within minutes from the quaint town of Twin Bridges, Montana, there are four river drainages that each offer world-class angling with obvious unique differences and charm – the Big Hole, the Beaverhead, the Ruby and the Jefferson.  On the Big Hole River, fly fishing has always been an integral part of the community and the river has earned a status and respect that resonates across the fly fishing world and is considered one of the most diverse and dynamic watersheds in all of the western United States.

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