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Letterman and Jackman Love Fly Fishing in Montana

On a Recent “Late Night with David Letterman” show, Hugh Jackman (A.K.A. Wolverine) talked about a trip to Montana and he and Dave agreed that fishing was a great thing to do.

Check out the video.

And, somehow, Jackman mispronouncing Missoula doesn’t sound as bad with his Aussie accent. Aussie, by the way, is pronounced the same way you say Missoula… “zzz,” not “sss.” Ozzie … Mizzoolah

And for those you afraid that

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we’ll be trampled with fishermen because of Hugh and Dave’s conversation, Dave (who has a nice little place on the Front Range) ended the interview with a typical Montana “give me elbow room” comment.

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