In the heart of the Northern Rockies, one 500-mile stretch of highway connects the West’s most renowned blue-ribbon trout streams. It also passes through some of America’s most spectacular scenery—jagged peaks, bewitching deserts, shimmering waters in pristine forests – a region that draws anglers from all over the world to settings that restore the soul.
More than a dozen of the world’s best fly fishing streams are accessible from one remote section of back country highway. U.S. Highway 20 threads legendary rivers like the Yellowstone, the Madison, the Henry’s Fork and South Fork of the Snake River, Silver Creek and the Big Wood rivers. Along the way, it winds through some of America’s most stunning scenery – the geologic wonders of Yellowstone National Park, the rugged peaks… Read More
Veteran feature columnist Tim Woodward once again teams up with Wide Eye Productions on a major film project. Tim’s first foray into film came two years ago when he wrote and narrated the Emmy Award-winning documentary, “Idaho, the Movie.” We’re pleased to once again partner with Tim on “The Rocky Mountain Fly Highway.”