Montana snowpack

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Montana snowpack is building nicely and we couldn't be happier at the moment. It's only early January and most of the state has or is seeing at least some significant

Whitetail season recap

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The Linehan Outfitting 2021 whitetail deer hunting season was pretty strong. Minimal winter kill over the last several years has resulted in a super healthy whitetail deer herd here in

Planning Your Hunt

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Each day the Linehan Outfitting crew meets pre-dawn to plan the day's hunt. We discuss the individual needs of guests, what kind of animal they may be hunting, and above

Hunting With Game Cameras

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Game cameras have come along way over the last few years. Shutter speeds are faster and images and videos are clear and sharp. Game cameras are also a terrific tool

Grouse Hunting-Holding The Line

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Walking through thick cover while grouse hunting can be challenging and safety is always the most important consideration. Here are three strategies to help you and your hunting partners stay

Choosing The Right Dropper Fly

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During August and September hoppers and droppers are the rig du jour. While it's true that more often than not dry/dropper rigs are generally a dry fly with a nymph

Tips On Fishing During Hot Weather

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At the moment the entire northwest part of the country is experiencing unusually hot weather. Day time temperatures are north of 100 degrees. That's heat stroke range if you're out

Tips On Finding More Shed Antlers

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During the late fall and early winter all members of the deer family including moose, elk, whitetail and mule deer drop their antlers in order to conserve much needed energy


Spring fishing on Montana's Clark Fork River
During the season, and especially during the spring, river flows can fluctuate and water clarity can change dramatically due to snowmelt, rain, and other weather events. Sure, there is a
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