Media presents the latest DVD:
Fishing the Madison River"
- 77 Minutes -
Madison River is born from the confluence of the Gibbon and
the spectacular Firehole River in Yellowstone National Park
and converges with the Jefferson and Gallatin Rivers to form
the Mighty Missouri in Three Forks Montana.
This DVD covers
the Madison River where the variety of hatches are the most
prolific, from Yellowstone National Park to the small ranching
and fly fishing town of Ennis Montana. In this "stretch"
of river, there are many microhabitats and distribution of insect
life throughout the seasons and often during the same time and
same section of the river.
This DVD details
the major hatches throughout the seasons. Minor hatches, such
as Rhithrogena (March Browns) Skwala, Moth, Green Drakes, Flavs
etc also emerge each year, some years better than others. Be
aware the Madison River is a prolific insect factory so carry
the suggested flies in this DVD and we hope it will help you
prepare for one of the world's greates fly fishing rivers.
where and how to fish the Madison River
flies to use at the best times of year.
minutes from the the top Steward of the Madison River, Craig
Mathews not only lives and breathes on the Madison River, he
lives there year round. When investors sought out this prime
real estate for development, he ignited the public and various
conservation groups to purchase the land to keep access available
for all generations of fly fishers. Today his efforts allow
not just local fly fishers to fish the Madison but fly fishers
from all over the globe to challenge themselves to truly experience
the greatest of Montana fly fishing. His enthusiasm is passed
on to you in this DVD.