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Guide Chad DuBose writes his first Glacier Anglers Blog. Check it out!
The new remodel opens up the floor plan for merchandise allowing for better visibility and traffic flow. We’re very excited to debut the new look this spring.
We are not anticipating as big a run-off as last year, but fishing should start a bit earlier and the rafting is always good. We always caution earlier season private rafters about changing river conditions and hazards – be careful and always check conditions before you put a craft into the water.
Looking forward to sharing our new look with you this spring! Please plan to come on by and check out all our hard work.
“The piranhas are already responsible for killing off large portions of fish, muskrats, ducks and snakes. Even a few fishermen have fallen victim to these vicious carnivores, though none have died yet.”
Even though Glacier Outdoor Center is buttoned down for the winter, we’re still out there in cyberspace. Our online reservation system is waiting patiently (computers are like that) for you to book your spring and summer rafting, fishing excursions, and guided wilderness trips.
Glacier Anglers is pretty excited about partnering up again with Trout TV for a new season. All Trout TV episodes will be hosted out of the Glacier Anglers shop next year.
The Red and the Yellow are legends to GOC crews going back decades. 30 years of hard working, hard driving, and crazy living.
There is still some smoke in the area from forest fires, but with the cooler nights, fire season is mostly over. Glacier Outdoor Center wants to say thank you to all those firefighters, volunteers, and other personnel who work so hard to keep our wild lands and rivers safe. A recent article in the Daily Interlake gives some great information on which fires have been active and how much acreage has burned.
Last Saturday The Flathead Valley Chapter of Montana Wounded Warriors teamed up with Columbia Falls Rotarians to show servicemen returning from Iraq and Afghanistan a good time fishing on the river.