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Welcome to Big Sky Fishing, the largest and most complete resource for Montana fishing information on the web today. Currently, Big Sky Fishing spans more than 4000 content rich pages that provide information on a wide range of topics. So, if you are new to this site or just want to find out what is here, this page is a great place to start.
Here's a quick and simple overview of what is covered on bigskyfishing. Each of these topics listed below have numerous sub-topics you can also explore.
You can also conduct a Search of the entire site using our site search, feature, too.
Big Sky Fishing is still primarily a fishing site. More than 40 rivers in Montana are profiled in detail - complete with pictures - in the River Fishing section. The Lake Fishing section provides information about fishing in many of the lakes in Montana that lay outside of the national parks in Montana. And the Mountain Fishing section (still a work in progress), provides some information on fishing in several of the mountain ranges in Montana.Additionally, the Glacier National Park section and the Yellowstone National Park section also provides detailed information about fishing in these beautiful national parks - along with hiking and other recreational opportunities that are available.
In this quickly growing segment on the site, a detailed Montana Travel Guide has been prepared - based on my own reviews (not generic copied content). Within this guide is information about Montana in general as well as profiles, pictures and my own review about all of the major "cities" in Montana and some of the Smaller Towns, too.You can also get detailed information about many of the ski areas in Montana - complete with my own review and pictures of each. Also on the site is comprehensive information - and over 1000 photos - of more than forty scenic drives in Montana.
Also be sure to check out the National Bison Range page for a neat look at one of Montana's lesser known places.And, for those who like the prairie, be sure to visit the Montana Hi-Line section that profiles in words and pictures this unique area of Montana.
Just want to look at some nice pictures of Montana? Currently, more than 3000 original photos (taken by myself) are posted online in the Montana Photo Gallery section. And for live views of Montana, check out the Montana Web Cam page, which lists every web cam in Montana.
Topic : Gear for Your Montana Trip
The site has an extensive amount of information about fishing and other outdoor gear. If you like to fly fish, be sure to check out the fly fishing gear section where detailed information and buyers guide articles have been prepared to help you select the right gear for your trip.
Need a boat to fish on a Montana river someplace? Then visit the Fishing Boat section where detailed information is provided about pontoon boats, float tubes, inflatable kayaks and other watercraft suitable for a Montana fishing or float trip.
Hiking is immensely popular in Montana - and for good reason. Visit the revised Hiking Gear section that provides detailed information about what you should take, and why, when day hiking in Montana.
Big Sky Fishing is as much a photography site as it is a fishing site in some ways. So, visit our Digital Camera section to learn more about them and How to Select a Digital Camera, among other things.
Topic : Books & Art
Big Sky Fishing has a huge art gallery of that shows quality art prints that are available for purchase through a number of online merchants. Art prints shown cover a wide variety of topics - generally with a Montana flavor - such as paintings by Charles Russell.You can learn more about Montana and its outdoor possibilities in our Book Section, which has detailed listings and some reviews about Montana fishing books, Monana travel guides, books about Montana National Parks and much more.
When exploring Big Sky Fishing, do keep in mind that the site is BIG. 5000+ pages with more than 3000+ photos on the site. So don't be afraid to dig deep into the site - there is always a link back to the home page on whatever page you may be happening to visit.
I hope you enjoy your visit to Big Sky Fishing. Feel free to contact me with any suggestions you may have.