A couple’s love for Montana shines in a home that’s both regional and contemporary According to Rod Fraser, when people visit and sit on the patio at his family’s 3D Ranch in Bozeman, Montana, they easily become transfixed. “Everyone who visits has been universally impacted; I think...

A home designed for an active family in Big Sky, Montana A NATURAL SKI HILL AT ONE END of the property, a trout-stocked pond at the other, and stunning mountain views set the stage for the Mountain Pond Home, a log-style house large enough to accommodate...

As any experienced angler knows, fly fishing isn’t the kind of sport you just launch right into. Tippet, leader, line, knots, flies, casting techniques, and nymph or dry-fly rigging — the list of things to learn goes on and on. And most will admit that,...

In search of solitude The first time someone mentioned a packraft to me was about three years ago. “A pack what?” I said. Which is the response most fly fishers probably would have. I knew about drift boats, pontoons, canoes, and paddle boards, but I’d never...

Fly fishing through Montana’s Bannack State Park My first cast into Grasshopper Creek was by the Bannack, Montana, jail. Beyond these dank and constricted pens stood the gallows where Sheriff Henry Plummer and his road-agent deputies, “The Innocents,” were hanged in 1864. “Give me a good...

Three writers explore the bond that’s often shaped by time spent on the water Our Common Tributary by Myers Reece Addictions tend to strain relationships, but fishing has worked out pretty well for my family. I understand angling isn’t included as an addiction in medical literature, but to...

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