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Enjoy the serenity of nearly 14 +/- acres within the beautiful Dearborn Canyon between Great Falls and Helena, MT. The property is approximately 45 minutes away from either town and just minutes from the Dearborn and Missouri River with some of the best Blue Ribbon Trout Fishing in the state of Montana. The Dearborn River begins in the Scapegoat Wilderness, part of the Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex and flows for more than sixty miles to the confluence with the Missouri River near Craig, MT. The Dearborn River initially flows through rugged, mountainous, terrain, before spilling out onto the plains along the Rocky Mountain Front. Between Holter Dam and the confluence with the Dearborn River, the Missouri River offers quality fly fishing throughout the year since the dam regulates the river flows. The Missouri River runs for more than seven hundred miles in Montana. For the angler pondering a visit to Montana to fish, the best places to fish in Montana is a one thirty mile section between Holter Dam and Cascade, MT, which offers the best prime trout fishing waters the river is famous for.