The Big Blackfoot River and the “nude beach,” where the famous sunburn scene in “A River Runs Through It” was believed to have taken place, as the sun sets near Missoula, Mont., July 1, 2016. The river was the setting of the autobiographical novella, and a fly fisherman finds that the waters still tell tales.
The Big Blackfoot River and the “nude beach,” where the famous sunburn scene in “A River Runs Through It” was believed to have taken place, as the sun sets near Missoula, Mont., July 1, 2016. The river was the setting of the autobiographical novella, and a fly fisherman finds that the waters still tell tales. Janie Osborne NYT
The Big Blackfoot River and the “nude beach,” where the famous sunburn scene in “A River Runs Through It” was believed to have taken place, as the sun sets near Missoula, Mont., July 1, 2016. The river was the setting of the autobiographical novella, and a fly fisherman finds that the waters still tell tales. Janie Osborne NYT

Fly fishing in Montana, where a river still runs through it

September 02, 2016 12:40 PM