High river temperatures and hoot owl closures meet a post-pandemic influx of fly anglers in Montana.
“The ‘pan-danglers,’ the pandemic anglers, are here in force,” Fellin said. “Last year about 60 percent of our reservations didn’t come to the lodge. This year they rolled over their guide trip and they’re here. Everyone else bought boats and fly rods, everything got back-ordered, and now they have it.”
LINK (via: Billings Gazette)