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Bighorn Angler presentation set for March 15

Fishing distant destinations will test your skills and open your eyes to new possibilities. Here's a shot from Wyoming.
Fishing distant destinations will test your skills and open your eyes to new possibilities. Here's a shot from Wyoming.
Photo by Brian La Rue

Have you ever wondered what it is like to fish Montana's famous Bighorn River? Well, Steve Galletta, Bighorn Angler co-owner/outfitter will be in Reno on March 15 to share his experiences on the river. He will be sharing his vast knowledge of the area's trout-rich waters during a 1:00 p.m. presentation at Reno Orvis.

Steve Galletta will be sharing his knowledge of Montana's Bighorn River at Reno Orvis.
Photo courtesy Bighorn Angler

Galletta will be tying flies, talking about fishing the Bighorn and all the area has to offer. The Bighorn is one of those rivers that's high up on any fly fisherman's bucket list. It offers some of the best dry fly fishing in the world, but also offers year round action and the number of fish you can catch is simply tremendous. The Bighorn is a fantastic river beginning as the Wind River above Dubois, WY cutting across the state of Wyoming and then turning into the Bighorn near Thermopolis, WY, before flowing into Montana. Follow this link to learn about all its fishing opportunities.

Steve owns and operates Bighorn Angler, an all-inclusive outfit in Fort Smith, MT. The business features a fly shop, lodge, guiding service and drift boat rentals. The Bighorn is a destinations for all. Lean about it at this informative and entertaining presentation. The presentations will be hosted by Reno Orvis and 1 p.m. on March 15. Also, Reno Orvis will be hosting Spring Orvis Days May 3. The event features more presentations, free food and giveaways---mark your calendars today!