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.
Photo - Rob Weiker Do we have a spring special you ask? It just so happens we have THE BEST DEAL on the MISSOURI... PERIOD. Most are running specials, some are not and while we may not have been the first ones on the river to run a spring special we appreciate and are happy to participate in the market which has been created and we’re confident that you’ll be much more interested in the details of our amazing offer [...]
Wolf Creek Angler has a birthday coming up. This April 1st we turn 5 years old. In some ways it feels like yesterday we opened up our doors but looking back there’s no denying we’ve come a LONG way. Five years ago we spent the month of March transforming this old shack into the shop we’d dreamed up over years of frequenting fly shops. We still love the look and feel of this place though we are definitely space-challenged [...]
Now that the thaw is underway and I’ve succeeded in kicking cabin fever square in the chops; here’s the short list of calls I’ve been fielding at the shop consolidated into my Top 5 FAQs of March, so far. “How are the ramps?” Holter Dam is still drifted in but if you’re willing to put in some effort you can always slide a boat in from the campground. Is it worth it? That’s your call. On the other hand, Wolf Creek Bridge, [...]