Montana Fly Fishing Blog2018-10-05T15:13:07+00:00

Running Line

Running Line is a chronicle of our journey, both personally and as a company, into the world of Montana fly fishing. Part fishing report, part sales and promotions, and part personal soap box, Running Line is a showcase of words and images used to keep our readers informed and entertained.

I am blessed to be able to live in this amazing place and to do what I love for a living, and there’s nothing I like better than sharing my world with those who share my passion for fly fishing and for the rugged beauty of Montana.

Running Line is a blog about life on the Missouri River and beyond. We want to keep you up to date on what’s happening on the river, but we also want to share with you the ups and downs of running a fly-fishing start-up business in this highly competitive market.

I hope you enjoy reading and continue coming back for more.

Jason Orzechowski
Owner/Outfitter

Mid November

Despite a fairly warm week ahead we’ve decided to proceed with shutting down a few more cabins for the winter as it seems things have pretty much slowed to a halt. Not to worry. We are open for business all year but for all intents and purposes the 2018 season is in the books, capping a fifth successful season for Wolf Creek Angler! Effective next week our winter business hours will be Wednesday – Saturday 8:00 am – 4:00 pm and Sunday [...]

MOvember Special

Judging by the abundance of vacancies and the lack of traffic in the shop I’d say the 2018 season has pretty much drawn to a close. We’re currently sitting just shy of 30 degrees with a light snow falling. More of the same on tap through tomorrow with lows dropping into the teens the next couple of nights. While these aren’t exactly prime fishing conditions we’ll see highs climbing back near 40 by the end of the week which could translate into [...]

Fall Back Tonight

Remember to set your clocks back tonight as Daylight Savings Time comes to an end. You know what that means. You gain an hour of sleep tonight but starting tomorrow darkness comes early...like 5:30 early and the days will continue to get shorter for another seven weeks. I love the extra hour of sleep and it'll be nice to make the drive to work in the daylight again but that afternoon darkness will take some getting used to. Dark days lie ahead [...]

By |November 3rd, 2018|Categories: Shop Life, Uncategorized|