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Ennis is known for its fly fishing and majestic Montana scenery. It also boasts a wonderful atmosphere, making it a prime spot for vacations. For those of us who call it home, it's ... morealso a great place to catch a bite to eat. If you're looking for things to do in Montana, and you decide it's about time to tap into the local flavor, here's where you should go to find the tastiest food.
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Man or woman cannot live on fly fishing alone. Sometimes you need to take the day off and just “smell the roses” (or the pine trees, depending on where you find yourself). I think ... morethe first stop to pencil in on the map is Virginia City, located about 15 miles west of Ennis, Montana.
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For most people coming to Ennis to fish the Madison, it's a choice between either flying into a regional aiport and renting a car, or else driving your own vehicle long distances.
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If you are staying in Ennis there are six great trout streams within an hour, and hundreds of places to fish on each river. The options are endless. I have been a guide here for 30 ... moreplus years and have yet to fish them all.
Looking for some blue ribbon trout fishing? Montana is home to some of the best fly fishing rivers in the world. With so many to choose from, which ones are the best to plan a trip ... morearound? Here are our top eight fly fishing rivers.
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