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  1. #1
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    Default Getting Ready for Montana

    I'm starting the trip to Montana tomorrow from Wisconsin. We'll be stopping by the driftless area and the yellowstone once we get into Montana. Then it's all non-stop until we reach Missoula, MT! This is the most exciting trip in my fly fishing life so far! I'm anxious to see what Montana looks like and how the fishing is on the rivers in the Clark Fork region. I may post about it with pictures when I get back. See ya on the flip side.

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    Default Re: Getting Ready for Montana

    Best of luck with your trip!
    Larry


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    Default Re: Getting Ready for Montana

    Sounds like you are in for a bit of fun, enjoy
    Eddie
    "We look to Scotland for all our ideas of civilisation."
    Voltaire

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    Default Re: Getting Ready for Montana

    Thanks! It should be amazing

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    Default Re: Getting Ready for Montana

    Take copious notes, I'm heading out there next year for 7 days

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    Default Re: Getting Ready for Montana

    have a great trip, Montana does not disappoint. Take lots of pictures can't wait to hear about it when you return. I heading back in five weeks.

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    Default Re: Getting Ready for Montana

    Montana is called 'Big Sky Country' for a very good reason. Don't let your petrol tank get much below 50%. For context, a State the size of Texas and just passed a one million population. Between 'here and there' there is nothing. Miles and miles and miles of 'nothing.'

    An amazing place to be.
    When wealth is lost, nothing is lost; when health is lost, something is lost; when character is lost, all is lost. - Billy Graham"

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    greeeeen with envy!

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