As the article below indicates, after a slow start the snowpack out west has rebounded dramatically and it appears the rivers will be in good shape for the coming year, which is good news for both anglers and ranchers.
"The snowpack is now 95 percent of Montana’s 30-year-average," said Brian Domonkos, water supply specialist with the U.S. Natural Resources Conservation Service in Bozeman.
The snowpack numbers were surprising to Chris Bradley, co-owner of The Stonefly Fly Shop in Butte. He said looking at the mountains around Butte it appears to be dry, but he often checks the data and is pleased there should be water for summer stream flows.
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