I’m not sure the term “loved to death” can be overused, especially for destination western fisheries- The Madison, The South Platte, and The Like. Too many people, too many boats, too many zero-to-hero types more concerned with generating clicks and likes than conscientious use of a limited resource. If the angling opportunities these places provide are going to persist, we’ll need to think hard about how we- everyone- use them. Saving a stream from mining or livestock so it can be wrecked by anglers guides is still a loss.
Featured image by Nick Costas The Madison River is the busiest river in Montana and certainly one of the busiest in the country. During the 2017 season, the river hosted over 207,000 angler days, a state record, according to Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP). FWP has released a survey on ways to deal with […]Commenting Period for Proposed Madison River Regulations Opens — Flylords Mag