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Above the Raven and Sitting Duck in Woods Bay, Montana

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Woods Bay is on the east shore of Flathead Lake, Montana. The Raven and Sitting Duck Bar and Grill are popular spots for dining and drinks. In the summer you can pull your boat up to the dock. Also is Flathead Brewing Co is you need to fill a growler with your favorite beer. We took this from our remote helicam from the boat.

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