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Largest fish to get away? - WVAngler.com Message Board

Stripping a big white streamer in a deep section of the river, I had a monster brown follow the streamer up to the raft but was spooked, flipped around, and darted away. The guide said in his 15 years of guiding, that was by far the largest fish he'd ever seen in the river.

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Great rapids and guide! - Review of Flathead Raft Company

Sep 08, 2021 · It's August and the river is low, so it was the perfect amount of rapids for us. Several of our group jumped in and floated down part of the river near the end of our trip. This is the only raft trip authorized to run on this part of the river, so it was just our boat, one other boat from them and a kayak on the river. The sights are beautiful too!

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Scenic & Whitewater Raft Trips - Flathead River, Montana

For your comfort and safety wet-suits, river booties, and a helmet is provided on these trips. Wild Side Raft trips depart from our office twice a day at 10:30 AM and at 2:00 PM, please arrive 30 minutes prior. Trip duration ranges from 2.5 – 3.5 hours depending on river flow. Sport Raft Wild Side. Adults $89/adult.

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RAMBLIN' RALPH'S RV ROAMINGS (2009)

A primitive campground with 3 gravel sites and a vault toilet. On the N. Flathead River. Where boaters put in and take out. The other side of the river is Glacier National Park. $0. Caught 2 six inch trout on a dry fly (not at the same time :) ). Also, was in the river fishing and heard a splash.

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Flathead River - Wikipedia

The Flathead River (Salish: ntx̣ʷetkʷ, ntx̣ʷe), in the northwestern part of the U.S. state of Montana, originates in the Canadian Rockies to the north of Glacier National Park and flows southwest into Flathead Lake, then after a journey of 158 miles (254 km), empties into the Clark Fork.The river is part of the Columbia River drainage basin, as the Clark Fork is a tributary of the Pend

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North Fork of the Flathead River Rafting Trips

Season: Mid-May – August. River rafting trips on the North Fork of the Flathead are usually available from mid-May to August on the upper reaches of the river and all summer long on the lower. Glaciers from the nearby Livingston Range feed side streams that flow into the North Fork of the Flathead River.

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Montana: Glacier National Park Rafting Trips - Rafting America

1 Full Day Whitewater Raft Trip. Get out and enjoy a full day on Glacier National Park's southern boundary, the Wild and Scenic Middle Fork of the Flathead River. Take in Glacier's spectacular scenery, stop and enjoy a delicious riverside lunch, then hop back in the raft and hang on tight for our exciting whitewater section! Trip Length: 6 Hours.

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Scenic & Whitewater Raft Trips - Flathead River, Montana

Scenic & Whitewater Raft Trips - Flathead River, Montana

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River Floats

Photos. Customer Photos - Smugmug. Navigation Guided River Tours - 1/2 Day Whitewater Rafting - 1/2 Day Inflatable Kayaks - 1/2 Day Riverboarding - Scenic Raft Trip - Full Day Sea Kayak Trip - Overnight Trips Guided Lake Tours - Wildhorse Island Tour - 1/2 Day on Flathead Lake - Full Day on Flathead Lake Rentals - Stand Up Paddleboards - Sea

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South Fork of the Flathead Drop Floats - Big Salmon Outfitters

These "do it yourself" rafting drop floats in the Bob Marshall Wilderness can put you right in the middle of the best fishing in Montana. In addition to the world class cutthroat trout fishing, the South Fork of the Flathead is also one of the few areas in the lower 48 states where you can legally fish for bull trout.

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The Best Season For River Rafting - Great Northern Resort

Dec 02, 2019 · The river rises as the snow melts, and the volume of water in the river becomes lower as the season goes on. The Free Flowing Middle Fork of the Flathead The other consideration when booking early season trips is the higher spring water levels typically mean a more thrilling white-water adventure.

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Columbia Falls RV Park - Columbia Falls, Montana - RV LIFE

Columbia Falls RV Park in Columbia Falls, Montana: 205 reviews, 16 photos, & 67 tips from fellow RVers. Columbia Falls RV Park in Columbia Falls is rated 8.1 …

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Indian Country Guides and Tours - Montana

Flathead Raft Company provides rafting on the lower Flathead River outside Polson, Montana, and is one of the most exciting and breathtakingly beautiful trips you will ever experience. We have the clearest and warmest river water in Montana. You won't need wet suits to raft with us.

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Outside Magazine: Current Affairs by Jill Beauchesne - Issuu

Jul 07, 2010 · The river's tributaries include the Flathead, the Bitterroot, Rock Creek, and the Blackfoot— geologic stars of Montana's $225 million-per …

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A Trip to Nowhere: Schafer Ranger Station – Montana Living

Ron Kopitze and Brian Rogers float the Spruce Park section of the upper Middle Fork of the Flathead River recently. - Dave Reese photo Montana Destinations: Schafer Meadows Fly-In Schafer Meadows is a wilderness holdout By DAVID REESE/Montana LivingThe clang of the mule's bell sounds constantly in the pasture at Schafer Ranger Station. Clothes hang to dry on …

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Top 5 Glacier White Water Rafting Trips 2021 - Glacier

Apr 21, 2021 · Great Bear Wilderness Multi-Day Raft Trip. 4. North Fork of Flathead Multi-Day Raft Trip. 5. Half-Day Montana Whitewater Rafting with Riverside Dinner Trip. 1. Full-Day Montana Whitewater Rafting with Riverside Lunch Trip. Glacier Raft Company guides will take you on a 15 mile trip down the scenic Middle Fork of the Flathead River.

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Lower Flathead River Rafting Outfitters and Guides - Go

Listed below are a number of commercial outfitters that run rafting trips on the Lower Flathead River. Visit their web sights to learn more. When making a reservation please be sure to remember to say you found them on gonorthwest.com. Flathead Raft Company. 1501 Highway 93, PO Box 1596, Polson, MT 59860. Phone: 406-883-5838; Toll-free: 1-800

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Flathead River - Big Sky Fishing.Com

1/2 Day Whitewater Rafting. Experience Class II and III rapids including the famous Wild Buffalo Rapids of the Lower Flathead River, the biggest, most consistent whitewater on the warmest river in the state. Choose between a paddle raft where you provide the power, or oar raft where your guide does all the work. Trips depart at 10:00am and 2:00pm. $64 - adults, $54 - children (8-12)

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Colorado Whitewater Rafting: April 2009

Apr 28, 2009 · Whitewater Rafting in Alaska is best enjoyed at the Alsek and Tatshenshini Rivers. The sheer size of the waters, the natural beauty of the area, and the remote nature of the area make for a thrilling rafting experience. You can also enjoy challenging rafting on the Yukon River. 10. Whitewater Rafting in Washington.

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White Water Rafting Montana - Flathead River Rafting …

White Water Rafting Montana - Glacier Raft Company

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