In southwestern Montana, one of the tributaries of the Jefferson River is home to the most sought after the fluvial Arctic Grayling trout in the “Lower 48” along with other wild fish including Brook Trout, Rainbow Trout, and Brown Trout. The Big Hole River, favored by anglers historically provided navigation for several Native American tribes, fur trappers and traders, miners, and homesteaders. Since the 1800s anglers from all over the world have taken advantage of the Big Hole River’s excellent 150 mile stretch of this blue-ribbon trout fishery.
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