Topic: conservation



Growing Up on the Stone
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Born and Raised in Livingston, Montana, James Anderson Speaks About the Current State of his Home Water – the Yellowstone River. Born and raised in Livingston, Montana, quite literally, James Anderson grew up along the banks of the Yellowstone. Because of … Continue reading

Keepemwet
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A Popular Hashtag Evolves Into a Website Promoting the Next Level of Catch-and-Release Fishing. Thankfully, the notion of catch-and-release has caught on and become highly practiced by a large percentage of anglers. While releasing a fish you don’t intend on … Continue reading

Look Good and Do Good
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This year you can help preserve the Yellowstone Cutthroat and look good doing it. We have spoken previously about the plight of the Yellowstone Cutthroat trout. In short, things haven’t been looking so good for this prized fish over the … Continue reading

The Science of Gloves and Fish
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We test our gloves on the weather all the time. This time, we test them on the fish. One the great things about fishing is that it is un-masterable.  This means that you can always explore and seek for new … Continue reading