I drove to the Missouri River sunday evening to guide some great folks from Calgary Alberta. The Bow River is an awesome river but the fly fishing in Montana cannot be beaten. The snow began around Lincoln, Montana, and by the time I made it to Wolf Creek, Montana it was a full blown blizzard. I awoke in Cascade to 20 degrees (I don't know what the hell Celsius that is, for all of you Canadians) but it was cold. My entire boat was covered in ice and the prospect of fishing looked tough. Canucks are tough folks and most of them have a good sense of humor. So we went fishing. We were all rather skeptical but the Mo' rarely disappoints. Oh, and we were the only boat in that section. Go figure.
No need to put a pink ball on your leader and chase it down the river.
If you don't like fly fishing in lakes, that's good. More for us.