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We have had a nice stretch of winter weather here in Southwest Montana. You don’t get to say that too often because the wind is either blowing snow or the temperatures are sub zero. High temperatures have been in the upper 40’s. Don’t let the warm weather fool you though, winter is far from over. If you want to get out and wade fish find the heat of the day in the afternoon and nymph some tail outs with your basic prince nymphs, San Juan’s and Pat’s Stones. I would get out there now before the next cold snap and snow. The Big Hole river snowpack is currently 108% of average. We are sitting well right now but we will not complain if mother nature brings us some healthy snow storms the next three months to boost our snowpack even more. We are gearing up for our hosted trip in February to Patagonia River Guides. Our Big Hole River guides are itching to get back on the water this Spring.
The Big Hole River at Brownes Bridge Fishing Access Site
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