Blackfoot River Professional Review and Guide
"Made famous by Norman Maclean’s A River Runs Through It, the Blackfoot is a national treasure. Winding its way through tall, dark timber in western Montana, the Blackfoot River beckons anglers to over 100 miles of unspoiled, free-flowing water.
With six species of game fish, the “Big Blackfoot” offers much more variety than most trout streams. Variety also marks the course of the river. Anglers can choose to fish meandering meadow stretches, dancing riffles, transparent pools, log-jammed stretches, and boulder-pocket water in the midst of thrilling rapids. Key species: Cutthroat trout, brook trout, rainbow trout, bull trout, and mountain whitefish."