A Moment becomes a special visit with Tom, Tom’s Father and their friendEmery. Thank you! Visitors’ to this blog…please read the 4 comments about this special launch and the history of this boat. Just press the word “4 comments” above.
Why this is noted as really special evolved from a close-up view of “The Drift Boat.” There was something special about this boat. Have seen them on the river many times as they floated by; however, this boat glowed from the sun with a caught up feeling their was a story before me. Guess what…there was. Tom greeted both me and Gracie, my sidekick. There was a proud smile on Tom’s face. It was all about this moment. The maiden launch and maiden voyage of this special drift boat.
Tom shared that his Dad just arrived from Washington State after completing this drift boat renovation. Tom came in from Michigan near Lake Superior and friend, Emery, from Wisconsin, near the Mississippi.
What a special moment in time for these 3 men. I wish them great success in catching some handsome tasty trout however, there special moment together is the “real catch.” The real catch of special moments together, enjoying their friendships, combined with the roll of this great environment …Paradise Valley, Montana and the Yellowstone River.
If you are seeking some special moments along the Yellowstone River. There is nothing like Gray Owl launching area along the Yellowstone. Just a mile away from O’Carroll’s Bed and Breakfast and Cabins. Great place to stay and enjoy your fly fishing moments right in front of O’Carroll’s.
Learn more about this area, O’Carroll’s and additional resources and info below.
This area of Yellowstone: Downstream from Yankee Jim Canyon, the river flows past the towns of Miner, Emigrant, Pray, Pine Creek, and Brisbin before entering Livingston. The stretch from just below Pray to Livingston is a wonderful and famous stretch. Rainbows and browns with quality hatches of insects and beautiful scenery make this an excellent piece of water. Floating is the first choice of most anglers although wade fishing is available in some parts. The section from Gardiner to Livingston is followed by Route 89.