Life on the Missouri River Montana in Craig.

Craig Montana is alive!! Report: The flows are now about 3,880 cfs (normally ~5210). Water temps at the dam are ~51, a bit warmer down river. Run Off is in the process and on the fall in some places. The Dearborn is dropping and clearing and now open to fishing. The MO below the Dearborn.. read more →

Yep, that’s right it’s a big day here tomorrow for us Craigites. Most of us wait all year long in anticipation for the big day…BBQ’s, a parade, a raffle, and someone will even be crowned festival king and queen! We think Chris has a good shot at the crown, but only time will tell. The.. read more →

It’s been nice enough for an evening fire. Report: The flows are now about 3,970 cfs (normally ~4910). Water temps at the dam are ~50, a bit warmer down river. Run Off has started for real on almost every river but the Little Prickly Pear. The Dearborn is getting muddy(dropping now) but the MO below.. read more →

Shop boys on top of the World. Ironically top of the World in Craig is at a cemetery. read more →

What better way to bring in half a century than a fly fishing trip to the Missouri River. These boys are going to throw the heaviest of bs towards a Mr. Toby Swank in the next few days. read more →

Knights of the Round Table With two stores and limited staff it can be hard to get all the shop folks together in one place at one time. Somebody always has to work, the other guys are out fishing, one guy is on a trip to town to re-supply the fridge, and who knows where.. read more →

“You don’t have to go to college. This isn’t Russia. Is this Russia? This isn’t Russia.” – Ty Webb No its a fly fishing Mecca know as Criag, MT.  Pretty busy morning at the Barn for a Thursday in April. Get out in the sun and go fishing! read more →

The shop in Craig, MT is calling your name as the sun shines on it today.  Things are looking up, including the fish.   Trout sipping dries on top.   Get here, go fly fishing on the Missouri River and then stop by the barn and tell us all about it. read more →