Life on the Missouri River Montana in Craig.

13 Aug 2013
August 13, 2013

Last Days

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  There comes a time when goodbyes are bound to happen. This week we will be losing some of our summer help to Montana’s university system. It’s been an awesome few months with these guys and they will be missed. read more →

12 Aug 2013
August 12, 2013

Shuttle Days

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Doing shuttles can be fun. Especially when you get the privilege of driving a bus down the road with some style. Riely drew the long straw on this one and got to take it for a spin. We will see who gets it tomorrow… read more →

Where in the World is Phillip Ley?  See normally if Phillip leaves the Craig, MT post he puts a note up in the shop stating his whereabouts, in the 3rd person.  Phillip was last seen 8/9/2013 in Craig pulling a popup camper behind his sweet Yota rig going towards the highway.  Did he get bitten.. read more →

06 Aug 2013
August 6, 2013

RIP Detour

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For those that haven’t heard, CrossCurrents lost a friend this past week in a tragic accident. Our most loyal and trustworthy employee, Detour, passed away while doing his shop dog duties in the front driveway. read more →

Fly fishing isn’t the only thing to be done on the banks of the Missouri River! A few nights ago the boys from CrossCurrents went up to the rock quarry for some good old fashioned trap shooting. Not a bad way to spend the afternoon when the fishing is slow. read more →

  What have the contributors and staff of CC been up to lately? The shenanigans have happened, yes.  The summer isn’t over yet and I’m sure there will be plenty of snakes in coolers, missing fire pits, missing keys, late night fish catching floats, and Joe’s Bar stories to come.  Keep reading…. read more →

If you haven’t been into our shop lately you are missing out. Not only do we carry one of the best fly selections for The Missouri River, but we have some of the finest fly fishing art displayed right behind our counter. read more →

Vintage Strainer at it’s best!! read more →

It can take a significant amount of time and money for an angler to find his way to the saltwater flats when living in the middle of Rocky Mountain trout country. Usually there is never really a craving to seek other waters with world class dry fly fishing literally right in your backyard. However, when.. read more →

Just outside of Arlee this past weekend. Here is an image of current fires.  If you feel like you’re seeing smoke in the sky your probably right. Remember to be Fire safe while enjoying the Missouri River! read more →