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Montana Looks Forward to Perfect Late Summer

August 2, 2011 By: Marshall Cutchin

Plenty of water.  Hatches extending 2-3 weeks beyond their normal bracket.  What’s not to like?  The Associated Press says that gangbuster fishing may help a state that generates tens of millions of dollars from fly fishing may have a decent 2011 after all.

“’I’d say everything was a month behind,’ Jim Cox, co-owner of Missoula’s Kingfisher Fly Shop, told the Missoulian. ‘Even the hatches were delayed. It was just cold and nasty. But now things are definitely happening.’”