Fly Fishing the Mine Tailings/Headwaters of the Clark Fork, Montana
September 2001 by Michele MurrayOutside of Butte, Montana, going north on I90, you’ll pass through a landscape where the old Anaconda mining company processed thousands of tons of ore twenty years ago. We meant to fish in the vicinity of this historic mining district though we knew it is a Federally classified Superfund site for reclamation now.
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