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Willie’s Handcrafted Montana Moonshine

Just as I was leaving Ennis, Montana, after seven years, my neighbors sank their teeth into a big-time project—to finance and build a craft distillery in little old Ennis, right next to the banks of the Madison River. They got … Continue reading

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OK, You can have it for $107,000 now.

Lived in this house for eight years and it served me well. Sorry to see it go, but I have to find a place in my new home, Missoula, for me and the girls. This is a great house for … Continue reading

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Madison River Debate Hits Bozeman

Montana’s Madison River is the most heavily fished stream in Big Sky Country, but it may not be providing the kind of experience that people desire. When they look at glossy travel brochures and see a blue ribbon winding through … Continue reading

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Tate Takes Second in Ennis Father’s Day Fishing Contest

Second Place at the Father’s Day Fishing Contest Ok, so the Ennis father’s day fishing contest wasn’t fly fishing, not even close. But it was important, an angling introduction for a lot of kids, a chance to catch a pile … Continue reading

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Madison River Spring Rainbows

Fly Fishing Montana’s Madison River in March It’s been a while since I’ve thrown a rod. I got in a redfish trip during January, but that was short-lived and only gave a little flavor sample of what that Florida fishery … Continue reading

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