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Videos About the Jefferson River

      Produced by Thomas J. Elpel of the Jefferson River Canoe Trail, this video slideshow highlights features of the canoe trail.

      The Beaverhead and Jefferson Rivers are part of the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail. Join Kris Reed for this narrated slideshow of a six-day, 160-mile canoe trip from Clark Canyon Dam downriver to the Missouri Headwaters.

      Mark and Merri Morrall of Morrall River Films spend a few lazy days floating the lower Jefferson River.

      This video features catch-and-release fly-fishing on the Jefferson River with Stonefly Inn & Outfitters from Twin Bridges, Montana.

      This video features catch-and-release fly-fishing on the Jefferson River with outfitter Greg Smith of Four Rivers Fishing Co.

      This video is basically a father-son advertisement for Alpacka Rafts, enjoying a float down the Jefferson River.

      This video shows cliff-jumping into the Jefferson River below Sappington Bridge. Unfortunately (and understandably), the landowner later dynamited the cliff for liability reasons. Certainly, there must have been a better solution...

      Another cliff-jumping shot... in this video the jumper takes the camera with him.

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