Hosted by  Matt Heron

Episode Show Notes

Published March 2nd, 2020


In this episode, we dive deep into the Montana fishing history of Joe Moore, co-owner of Big Sky Anglers. Joe’s roots in MT and West Yellowstone start with his dad in the late 50s. His family history fishing the area is pretty incredible.

We’ll discuss how Joe climbed the “guide” latter to own one of the more well-known shops in the sate, how their Patagonia outfitter business got started and their new lodge the Golden Stone Inn.

We’ll also touch on current Montana fishing regulations and comparing current catch rates and sizes to yesteryear. Not to mention the “good old days” of catching huge Yellowstone cutties!

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