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HATCH ADVENTURES - Montana's Smith River - Part 1 & Part 2

Posted on January 25 2020

Truth told, I have a long (long, long) list of trips that I'd like to take and rafting the Smith River in the wilds of Montana is on that list.  Jake at Hatch Adventures is taking a lot of the guesswork and questions on in planning this trip with a four-part article series on the Trip Hub page.  Look for two additional articles soon and know that they are also working on some video content highlight a lot of this information as well.


Ready to dive in?  Click the titles below to visit each article on the Hatch Adventures website.

PART 1 - SMITH RIVER APPLICATION STRATEGY
First things first, you have to put your name in the hat which means doing your homework, picking your dates and know who's all going on this group trip together and finally making sure you've submitted for the permit lottery during the open application period.


PART 2 - PLANNING A SMITH RIVER TRIP
Okay, your application is in and you're waiting to see if you, or anyone in your party, has gotten a permit.  Now's the time to start planning.  There's a long list here but the big ones are figuring out rafts, camping equipment, food and beverages, coolers and dry storage, firewood, emergency items and of course, your fly fishing gear.


Check out these articles (Part 3 and Part 4 coming soon) and look around the Hatch Adventures website too.  I'll be in Montana and Wyoming for a conclave later this summer and thinking that a Tacoma or Jeep Camper might be a really stellar way to travel around.

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