Tag Archives: Ron Burnside

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Conclusion to the 2017 Fall Field Campaign

It was a very special trip for Ron Burnside, Trevor Covich and me joining Captain Marty Authement to hunt in the remote Louisiana Marshes as we closed out the Fall campaign for exceptional migratory fish. […]

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Wild Week on the Upper Madison

For your entertainment. It was a wild week on the channel section of the upper Madison river this week as we closed out the first official year of the Spring Field Campaign.  Alternating between two […]

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A Few More Shots From Yellowstone National Park Last Week

Finally getting around to working of a few pictures from last week’s Fall Field Campaign in Yellowstone.   Katie as the true the Packer fan.  Burnside on the run from Tonka.  The sh*t show parade […]

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A Few From Yesterday

It was a great 58th birthday today with Captain Billy and Ron Burnside. Ron and I each landed a 34 LB Redfish (Ron’s within the first 15 minutes of the day and mine on the […]

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FFP Update – Clark Fork, Anaconda, MT

It was a grand weekend of fishing for Ron Burnside, Dan Larson and I on the headwaters of the Clark Fork in Anaconda, Montana. We landed well over 200 fish with several healthy browns and […]

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Fishing Update May 20, 2012: Anaconda, MT

Normally, one would not think that the nation’s largest Superfund site would harbor any fish at all. Let alone monster trout. Yet, that is the case in Anaconda Montana located approximately 15 miles west of […]

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Fishing Update May 12, 2012: One of Bozeman’s Secret Spots

Throughout the Gallatin Valley near Bozeman, Montana there are hundreds of spring creeks and ponds that contain some spectacular trout.  In one such pond that covers less than one third of an acre, there are […]

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