Montana’s welcoming summer waters annually draw anglers, hikers, wildlife viewers, campers, floaters and boaters into the outdoors.
Yet, it’s still pretty easy to have a great summer experience on Montana’s rivers.
The key is river etiquette, a mix of common sense, courtesy, and respect to minimize one party’s impact on another party’s good time. Here are some examples of basic river etiquette:
Respect People’s Space and Privacy – The point at which someone feels crowded is subjective, but every outdoor activity requires space. On the river, maintain a reasonable space betwee...