Fly fishing on Montana’s rivers is a past time native Montanan’s cherish and tourists who come from every corner of the country alike.
Casting lines into the Yellowstone, Missouri, Blackfoot or Smith River can be memorable experiences that people hold dear for years to come and pass along the stories to generations that follow.
For Capital City craftsman Al Swanson, capturing those feelings and emotions in a wooden fly box was crucial. After creating furniture for more than three decades using hand tools, Swanson decided it was time to wade into unknown waters with a new craft.
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