The rivers are still rocking and rolling, but there are opportunities to catch the salmonfly hatch on the Big Hole, Blackfoot and Madison rivers, as well as Western Montana's Rock Creek.The Eastern Montana Bass Association NBAA Qualifier is Saturday and Sunday at Bighorn Reservoir, based on the Ok-A-Beh end. The Walleyes Unlimited Jordan Chapter Hell Creek Ladies Fishing Tournament is Saturday at Fort Peck Reservoir.
Last year, Jacob Piccioni beat his grandfather, Herb Karst, in the 5K at the Heart and Sole Run to earn bragging rights for the year. Herb said watching his grandson cross the finish line before him remains his favorite memory from his five previous Heart and Sole races. But, Herb's not about to lose bragging rights two years in a row. On Saturday, Herb and Jacob will race again in the 5K at the 38th annual Heart and Sole Run.
There’s reason to be optimistic.For starters, there is free fishing for Father's Day weekend Saturday and Sunday. According to a Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks press release, the promotion allows people to fish without a license Saturday and Sunday, however, all fishing regulations still apply. Secondly, flows are starting to decrease on some rivers as runoff appears to have peaked and be on a downward trend.
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Selecting a term
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Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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