Two Montana Pro Vita Veterans Video Chat In From the Witness Protection Progrsam
Water of the Gods: A Trip Ending Soak in the Famous Norris Hot Springs. Thanks Cary Cider for Getting Out to Take Our Photo!!
Bryan Ulring from Grassfed Yellowstone Beef explains holistic ranching on the J Bar L Ranch in outside Twin Bridges. Working closely with the Nature Conservancy and conservation easements, Bryan’s Black Angus feed only on native grasses and are as high in Omega 3 as wild salmon. More importantly, his cattle never see the unnatural corn feed and unsanitary conditions of the midwestern feed lots.
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Ms. Renehan knows the deal when it comes to fly fishing! She getting her inner Winston going on at R. L. Winston & Co.
Visiting The Winston Rod Company in Twin Bridges with the Amazing Auntie Leslie Clark (Mrs. Bullock’s Aunt).
P.S. The Orvis Guy Finally Got His Tour!!!
Match 1st- Last Day!!
Wally Long (Berkshire ‘88) walks us through the Montana Chapter of the Nature Conservancy’s Campaign to Put
More than One Million Acres Under Conservation.
The Ruby, Beaverhead and Big Hole rivers are known and loved by fly
fishermen. They meet in Twin Bridges, Montana where they form the Jefferson. When Lewis and Clark found the Jefferson and explored it’s three tributaries, they named them after President Jefferson’s Virtues:
They called the Ruby Philanthropy
They called the Beaverhead Philosophy
They called the Big Hole Wisdom
The Berkshire Bears will visit Twin Bridges tomorrow with Wally
Long (Berkshire ‘88) to tour important Nature Conservancy work on the Big Hole, tour the Winston Fly Rod Company and the Sweetgrass Bamboo Rod Company, talk with the Lewis and Clark Chapter of Trout Unlimited and get a comprehensive view of how important wild trout and fly fishing are to Montana’s economy.
Big Horn Sheep at the Upper Canyon of the Ruby.
Total Large Mammal Count is seven:
White Tail Deer
Big Horn Sheep
It’s Leap Day and the Berkshire Bears are earning their keep on Timber Creek Ranch. Ranch Manager Steve Gilman needs the ice buildup on the stock well removed so the Scottish Highlanders and horses can drink.