Kids’ flyfishing and stream ecology experience
"Bigs" and "littles" explore Bozeman-area waterways
Madison-Gallatin Chapter, Voices of NexGen
The Outdoor Explorers kicked off Bozeman’s warm weather season with a trip to the Cherry River fishing access located just a mere five minutes out of town. The beautiful area features both stillwater ponds and moving streams — which means it houses two types of insects and fish adapted to those separate environments. The picnic benches and grassy trails provided perfect areas for us to set up our four stations for the day: fly tying, fly casting, safety and etiquette, and stream ecology.
The Wilderness Voice: Newsletter of the Madison-Gallatin Chapter
Vol.1, No. 4 - Spring 2013
The spring issue is here! Learn about MWA's role in the Outdoor Explorers Mentoring Program, a snowshoe walk up Daly Creek and what ten essentials you should never hit the trail without.