Local Ski Programs For All Ages and Abilities

No matter where you ski, or your ability, there is a ski program at our local resorts for you. Bohart Moonlight, Big Sky and Bridger all offer programs for any type of skier, competitive and noncompetitive. If you are looking to improve you race…

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So You Want to Learn to Fly Fish…

I figured with the beautiful summer weather we’re experiencing in Montana (after 8 plus months of winter that it seems like we just got done with) it might be nice to pen a little article for all of the residents of the Bozeman area who haven’t…

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Bozeman Slacklining Club

It all started in Yosemite, circa 1970, the climbers who frequented the area discovered a past time that not only improved their balance and strength, but pushed their limits to the very edge. Slacklining is often confused with tightrope walking, but…

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Take Your Kids Fishing

There aren’t not a whole lot of mantras that I follow in my fishing pursuits, after all what makes fishing fun is always learning something new and trying out things that you think others might not have. But when it comes to getting a young kid…

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Oh No, the Fishing Has All Gone to Carp

So for those of you who pay attention to my ramblings from time to time, you’ve surely heard me tout the wonderful golden exotic treasure that is only so fittingly named the Common Carp. Every year when it starts to get a little warmer outside…

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The Salmonfly Hatch: More than Myth and Lore

For many fishermen around the world the famous Montana Salmonfly hatch is as much about myth and lore as it is about actually getting a chance to fish “The Hatch.” Many will spend a lifetime dreaming and reading up on the hatch only to travel…

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Saddle Sore No More

Tips to making your bike more enjoyable to ride We all know the feeling: you’ve got the perfect bike, whether old or new, that you absolutely love. It’s just what you want, except one thing. It doesn’t feel quite right. It nags you when you…

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Choosing the Right Kind of Bike

When one walks into a bicycle shop these days, he or she is confronted with an overwhelming variety of colors, models and prices to choose from. What happened to the good ol’ times when it was just “off-road” or “on”?…

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Playing in the Mud

Oftentimes the first thing that all fishermen think of when the rivers begin to swell and the waters turn the color of a cup of latte is to stay home or find a lake to fish. A common and forgivable mistake for sure. But for those of us who can’t…

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