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Well, dear folks, the time has come for me to put down my pen — back away from the computer is more like it — an...
Northwest Montana has more than its fair share of lakes and streams ideally suited for recreation use.
When I was a kid in Ohio, the stairs to our basement led to a recreational oasis.
There are a lot of lakes in our area that really offer the best of both worlds for someone looking to fish all day.
My brothers and I gathered on our computer screens via Zoom a couple of weeks ago to begin the arduous task of deciding what to do with our 350-acre farm in Minnesota.
How fortunate we are to live in the USA, Montana and the Flathead Valley.
Having worked from home the previous eight months, coming back to the office at the beginning of June has taken some adjustment.
It’s not uncommon for well-meaning people to pick up deer fawns or other wildlife.
Politics and social movements aside, perhaps the one thing most of us can agree on is there’s nothing finer than a steaming hot, aromatic bowl of soup, tomato soup to be exact.
Has our spring season finally transitioned into summer in the Flathead?
For full time guides and outfitters, fishing “season” never really ends.
This leads to knowing how many fish you can keep and whether there is a size limit?
Spring's wonky weather pattern tricked me into unwisely and prematurely buying hanging baskets and potting flowers, but wisely prevented me from buying tomato plants.
But hey, we don’t need sunshine and warm temperatures to go fishing!