Our Rivers | Other Sites
Here are links to pages about some of the rivers we fish. You can also click on the category (in the right sidebar of our main page) to see blog entries and photos related to a particular river we fish.
Our main website is www.wapiti-waters.com.
Below the rivers are links to other blogs that I author.
Rivers We Fish
Big Hole River
Its pristine tea-colored waters arise from the Anaconda-Pintler Wilderness and the Pioneer Mountains just on the opposite side of the Bitterroot Continental Divide. This is a higher elevation river than the Bitterroot or Blackfoot and it has a bit shorter
80 miles of freestone river flowing through the Bitterroot Valley south of Missoula, MT. the Bitterroot River seems to be thriving and still produces good numbers of westslope cutthroat, some brown and rainbow trout as well as the cuttbow, a hybrid betw
A classic freestone stream, is full of heavy boulder pocket water and well oxygenated trout as the river drops rather precipitously from pool to pool, mile after mile.
Clark Fork River
In spite of its history, the Clark Fork River is an amazing testament to the resiliency of Mother Nature. Characterized by huge shelving riffles, long quiet pools, as well as reaches of boulder pocket water, “the Fork” is an angler’s paradise of variety.
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