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Archive for December 18th, 2010

  After filming  for a year on the spring creeks of Montana, one of the things I learned, was the importance of the right fly patterns. Not suprisingly, the patterns I had in my boxes for the freestones streams of  British Columbia, weren't exactly slaying them on the placid spring creeks of Montana . It became pretty clear to me that I need some help in the form of a "killer" patterns. Only one company came to mind, the Montana Fly Company.  So I contacted MFC President, Adam Trina. When Adam and MFC found out about the Spring Creek : Ranchers, Anglers, Water and Trout film, they were on board immediately, a testament to their committment to conservation ideals. "Montana's spring creeks are MFC's favorite testing grounds for new patterns, so naturally we were delighted when Travis asked us to partener with him in his conservation film" says MFC's Adam Trina.  Next year when I return for another year of filming in Montana and Idaho, I'll do so with the right patterns, thanks to MFC.  But MFC isn't just a fly company they offer a huge line of the latest fly tying materials, great tools and accessories and much more. New for 2010 are two reels; the Madison and the Yellowstone. One of the great things MFC offers is the River Camo and Fish Skin line of gear.  They've even got Iphone covers.... how cool is that? Check it all out at www.montanafly.com More Later T>