Rainbow, Brown, Cutthroat and scenic photo journal
All images are by Dave McCoy unless otherwise noted and are all under copyright protection.
Natalie McCoy ponders the hike into the more upper meadows of Slough Creek as she watches fish rise from the road.
Nice cutt from the Yellowstone. Photo Blake McHenry
View of the Clark Fork from above.
Rainbow of color. Photo Blake McHenry
EWA staffer Blake McHenry with an average brown from the Madison.
A few choices of stones for the fish make the choices for anglers a bit more difficult sometimes. Photo Greg Thomas
A look at the walk and wade only water on the Madison River. Somewhat technical rowing but very doable and allows access to some great water otherwise not fished too often.
A gorgeous Kootenai River rainbow. Unfortunately, or maybe fortunately, most anglers head to the more famous rivers of the state leaving this one fairly solitary for those who don't pass it by. Photo Tim Linehan
An angler working a soft spot in this run on the Madison. Sometimes the water can be difficult to read for novice anglers as many, half jokingly, say the Madison is the "longest continuous riffle in the world."
Victorious. Photo Blake McHenry
During tough hatches, occassionally the naturals feel sorry and stop by to help you out. Photo Blake McHenry
Here is looking at you. Close up of a brown trout's inner soul. Photo Blake McHenry
Mayflies are considered the most elegant insects of the bunch by many. Photo Blake McHenry
This one is as large as it looks but look below. Photo Blake McHenry
This really should be illegal and not a place to bring your dog as company if he is small.
This will be tough to clean if left too long.
Photo Blake McHenry
Just so they don't think we are playing favorites, a Madison Golden Stone. Photo Blake McHenry
Giant rainbow from the Missouri. There are way too many rivers in the state of MT with fish this size.
One of hundreds of geysers in Yellowstone National Park, some of which warm some of the waters in the park all year like the Firehole below. Photo Natalie McCoy
The Firehole River as it leaves the canyon in the park. Photo Natalie McCoy
Getting down in their world. Photo Blake McHenry
Yep, want to be there. Photo Blake McHenry
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