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Holland Lake in Montana

Holland Lake

 

Holland Lake is a popular destination in western Montana because of its water, the day hike to Holland Falls, and the campground. It’s a lake I have visited many times. Only 1 hr. 20 min. from Missoula, and nearly the same from Kalispell, it’s an easy day trip for families, couples, or those seeking solitude. From Seeley Lake it’s 20 miles northwest on Montana Highway 83 (between mile markers 36 and 37),  then 2.9 miles down Holland Lake Road to Larch Loop Campground, then another ¾ of a mile to the Bay Look Compound turn-in, which is where the trail to Holland Falls starts. Holland Lake is at 4,100 feet and lies on the western edge of the Bob Marshall Wilderness Area, and the trailhead here is one of the most popular for entering the Wilderness Area.

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Gear Review: Body Glove 3T Barefoot Water Shoes

Body Glove 3T Barefoot Water Shoes

 

Body Glove Footwear, the worldwide water sports brand celebrating 60 years of innovation and experience in wetsuits, swimwear, clothing, footwear, accessories, and technology accessories, recently sent me a pair of their new 3T Barefoot Max water shoes to put through the proverbial “ringer.”

I took them for a long day of fly fishing on the lower Clark Fork River in western Montana, and here are my notes.

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Gear Review: Swedish FireKnife

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Aren’t we all looking for that go-to knife to carry with us when we’re hunting, fishing and recreating outdoors? I know I am, and thanks to Light My Fire and Mora of Sweden, I might have it. They sent me one of their new Swedish FireKnife to do what else – make fire! And that I did.

On my three-day camping/fishing trip to a small lake in the Seeley Swan Valley in western Montana, I vowed to only use this knife (come rain or shine) to make fire and keep myself and my family warm. And, thankfully, I did and it did.

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