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From Big Guns to Size 22 Gnats

December 22, 2005 By: Marshall Cutchin

Montana Highway Patrol captain David Dill started his professional career breaking up bar fights in Park County in the 70s. “‘They gave me a car, a badge and a big gun and told me to go out and enforce the law,’ he said.” Now he wants to become a fly fishing guide on the Bighorn River — where one would not be surprised to see a sign saying “Welcome back to the Wild Wild West.” Greg Tuttle in the Billings Gazette.