I was called away to Anaconda, Montana for a few days, and it was good to see a lot of family while I was there. I did manage to sneak away for a few hours of fishing, and saw some beautiful water. I fished Flint Creek, which flows from Georgetown Lake, and Warm Springs Creek, which runs along the highway on the way up to Georgetown. Flint Creek is a beautiful, meandering stream, but was colored from the thunderstorms that blew through the day before. It was a joy to fish, and produced a few small brown trout for myself and my fishing partner Tom Vershuren. Warms Springs Creek is a very small and fast running stream. I was directed to some likely spots by my brother in law Ed Heim of Anaconda, and surprised me with some great fish. The first day I landed a 14 ½-inch cutthroat that I hooked in a small pocket of water. I think this is the largest cutthroat I have ever caught on a small stream. It was gorgeous. The next day I got one of about 12 inches in a small riffle. I want to thank Ed for sharing his home waters with an out-of-stater.