BOZEMAN – Museum of the Rockies will host its third annual TwoFly benefit Sept. 12-14. The event pairs fishermen and women of all abilities with professional guides for a day of fishing, fun and photography on the famed blue-ribbon waters surrounding Bozeman.
This year’s TwoFly kicks off with a new event Thursday, from 4-7 p.m., called the TwoFly Fishing Family Day. It will include hands-on children’s activities such as casting lessons, fly-tying, river ecology, bugs and more.
At a welcome reception on Friday evening, participants will be paired with their guides. Then, after an early breakfast at the museum on Saturday, anglers will take off for a full day of fishing on either the Yellowstone or Madison rivers. The day ends at the museum for dinner, raffle winner announcements and an awards ceremony.
Funds raised during the TwoFly event will support MOR’s general operations.
Fly fishers and guides who would like to participate or receive additional information can call (406) 994-4973 or visit museumoftherockies.org.
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