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Old 01-21-2005, 11:27 AM
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Default Fly Fish the Montana Wilderness Class

In August 2005, the Tyler Junior College Fly Fishing program is again offering the course "Fly Fish the Montana Wilderness". This is an exciting course that will include seven days of adventure in the Bob Marshall Wilderness of the Flathead National Forest in Montana.

You can join them for an educational fly fishing, riding, ecology, sight seeing and camping experience that you will never forget. If you want to catch 20 to 50 native cutthroat trout each day, ranging in Size from 8 to 24 inches, don't miss this opportunity. This is dry fly fishing at its best on some of the most remote streams on earth.

You'll begin your trip at the base of Pyramid Mountain. After they pack your gear, and get you up on your horse or mule, the climb to the top of Pyramid Pass and the Bob Marshall Wilderness will begin. If you're not accustomed to awesome mountain scenery, you will be by the time your trip is over. Your first day horse or pack mule ride will be about 8 hours total. At this point you're deep in the wilderness, 20 miles from the nearest road or electricity pole. Soon after reaching the campsite, you'll be fishing in Young's Creek while your camp is being set up and dinner is being prepared for you. You'll then fish new water each day for five full days. On the seventh morning you'll pack out. No previous riding experience is necessary.

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Wow... great looking class!!! I looked at the web site was impressed. I'm seriously thinking about doing this one. One question though. How does a man get a job like this?

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