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Old 03-06-2014   #41
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There is West Glacier Bar or what the locals call "Freida's" in West Glacier on the Middle Fork of the Flathead.

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Old 03-06-2014   #42
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Upper San Juan , Pagosa Springs

Riff Raff Brewing Downtown Pagosa Springs is a great lunch spot for a full day down the "Juan"

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Old 03-07-2014   #43
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Originally Posted by spider View Post
Yellowstone has a bunch. You can even catch a show in pine creek then night float to camp. But we usually stop in emigrant for a beer and a shot. You can eat there too but I like my burgers better and its not like you have been deprived of civilization on day 2. Then there's Livingston, lots of bars there.
Montana Rib and Chop is more of a restaurant than a bar, but it's a must when I'm in Livingston.

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Pole Bridge Saloon NF Flathead river
"Northern Lights" Saloon.

...and a big Danish from the Polebridge Merc when you get up in the morning. :smokin:

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There is West Glacier Bar or what the locals call "Freida's" in West Glacier on the Middle Fork of the Flathead.
Beat me to it. :laughing:

But on a sunny day, I'd rather hang out at the bridge with a cooler and the crew.
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Old 03-07-2014   #44
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Spent the 4th of July in Polebridge last year, WOW, crazy fun party!! Would like to make it an annual event or at least semi-annual
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Old 03-12-2014   #45
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Originally Posted by dryfly View Post
I had a buddy that needed to buy beer once at a place called the flying B. Expensive, but worth it...
I think we were floating a little river called the central middle anadromous fish salmon tributary inflow stream to the main forks salmon before it hits the bottom mouth section...
HaHa this made me spit my coffee out! I love the "main forks salmon before it hits the bottom mouth section" but that "bottom mouth section" is great as well!

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