Half Day for $450 — Full Day for $550

Guided Fly Fishing Trips

Madison River:
half or full-day trips

The Madison River, from Madison Junction in Yellowstone National Park to Three Forks, is a fly fishing mecca for all serious anglers. Classified as a blue ribbon trout fishery, the Madison is one of the most productive rivers in Montana for wild brown trout, rainbow trout and the majestic rocky mountain whitefish. Learn more

Yellowstone River:
half or full-day trips

The Yellowstone River, a tributary of the Missouri River, has no dams and is the longest free flowing river in the lower 48 states. Via its tributaries, the Yellowstone river drains a wide area, stretching from the Rockies in the vicinity of Yellowstone National Park, across the mountains and high plains of southern Montana. Learn more

Missouri River:
half or full-day trips

The Missouri River is one of the longest rivers in the United States.  Anglers fly fishing the Missouri River mostly gravitate towards the 35 mile section below Holter Dam near the towns of Wolf Creek, Craig and Cascade.  Known as a “tailwater” fishery, this area has some of the best and most diverse fly fishing in the Western US. The Missouri River attracts fishermen and women from all over the world. Learn more

Gallatin River:
half or full-day trips

The Gallatin River is a tributary of the Missouri River.  Approximately 120 miles long, it is one of three rivers, along with the Jefferson and Madison, that converge near Three Forks, Montana, to form the Missouri.  The river flows north out of Yellowstone National Park, through Big Sky, Montana on its way to the Gallatin Valley near Bozeman, Montana.  Learn more