We need your help again for the 4th class!
Not a tier? No worries!
We can use your help with the many administrative tasks
that keep the class running smoothly!
Tuesday, 3/16, 6:30 – 8:00 PM in the Westview School gymnasium located at 9th and Main in Hamilton. Enter through the east doors facing 9th St.
Beginners Pattern: Gold Ribbed Hare’s Ear
Advanced Pattern: Bugmeister
Speaker: Chuck Stranahan – Flyfishing Etiquette, Stewardship
Don’t forget to pick up a raffle ticket each night you help – there will be a drawing for volunteers in April for a framed Monte Dolak print valued at over $300. The more you attend, the better your chances!
Attention Hamilton kids!
We’ll be judging flies each night for those students choosing to enter. Be sure to pick up a judging criteria sheet when you arrive.
Call Jeff at Western Flies and Guides (406) 363-9099
Ria of the Keystone Discovery Enrichment Program (406) 363-5996 or
Greg Chester of BRTU (406) 363-0033
Thanks in advance for your valued assistance – for more information about the sponsors, visit:
See the slideshow below of photos taken by Greg Chester. If you see yourself in a photo, leave a comment. If you want to see yourself in a photo, come on down!
Irv and his daughter, Rachel, have fished with Wapiti Waters for many years. Today they brought friends, including young Chloe. Her photos tell a story of young friends seeing new things, learning new things and having a great time on the Bitterroot River. What a pleasure it is to share these things!
Click this link to see a couple of blogs about Rachel.
Jeff Rogers is a friend, neighbor and one of our favorite clients. We have been fishing for years. On July 10, he brought his son, Alex, for the first time. Talk about a happy face… see the photos.
We love fishing fathers and sons, mothers and daughters. I need to make this a category,
“Take Your Kids Fishing” posts.
This was a special day on the West Fork of the Bitterroot with Irv and Rachel. They were all remembering friends and family, but that is another story. By special graces, they caught beautiful fish and had a wonderful day.
Jeff and Jamie Jones fished and camped with Jack. I am posting two slideshows. One is of photos we took and the other is of photos that Jeff sent us. They all had a great time. It was hot, but who cares when you are on the river. They caught fish, saw spetacular scenery from dusk to dawn, swam, and just had fun.
Thanks Jeff and Jamie! When we come to Missouri to visit Jack’s Mom and Sister, maybe we can “hook up”….excuse the pun.
See the photos Jack and I took in the slideshow below. Jeff’s are the next slideshow down. We are so glad he shared them!
See Jeff Jones’ photos in the slideshow below.
David has fished with us for many years, but today, he had 5 other people in his fishing party. In Jack’s boat, David and his daughter, Teak, caught fish and we got a couple of photos. First is Teak’s with her first trout according to Jack. Pretty cool! Next is David with a very nice cutthroat trout. That must have been a good fight. Teak snapped the photo of her Dad with Jack’s camera. Good job!