Handlining With a Pheasant Tail Nymph in the Bob Marshall Wilderness

“As Heinlein soothed his sore knees with a washcloth, he felt something funny in the water. When he looked down, he saw the speckled back of a cutthroat brushing against his leg.” Ben Pierce and friends discover that the cutthroats in the Bob’s White River are a bit more naive than most, as all it takes is a some tippet material and nymph to find success. In the Bozeman Daily Chronicle.

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