We provide everything you need to have a successful day on the water including all flies, leaders, top of the line Sage rods, reels, and Simms waders. Every full day fishing trip comes with a quality streamside lunch with drinks. Transportation to and from the river.
Spend the day fishing inside Yellowstone National Park
Our Fly Fishing Guide will take you to the best spots in Montana(outside of Yellowstone) to spend the day fishing where the locals fish!
All trips and rivers listed subject to change during summertime depending on water temperature
Madison River for casting lessons and getting to know the basics of fly fishing. Once comfortable with the basics of fly fishing we will progress to focusing on feeding habits of trout, placement of flies for best possibility for catching a fish, and identification of aquatic insects to help give a better understanding of the decision process while tying on flies at a particular river. These trips are mainly for the first timers or beginner who has been out a handful of times and wants to try their hand at catching a fish in YNP.
These trips are intended for the angler who has had experience on the water before and are looking to catch some trout on new rivers in Yellowstone National Park. Trips will take anglers to the Gibbon, Firehole, Yellowstone, Lamar, and Gardiner Rivers. Generally there is great access to all these rivers with the more adventurous anglers finding some honey holes farther back where others don't frequent. These trips are designed to assist anglers with established fly fishing skills looking to improve their techniques or simply enjoy a day on the water while trying to catch some wild trout.
Our advanced trips will take you into the backcountry in search of possibly trophy sized fish native to Yellowstone National Park. These trips will be for the most experienced anglers that are ready to hike up to 15 miles in a day to find these elusive fish. These trips will also include a great chance at spotting wildlife along the way. River options: Slough Creek, the most famous Yellowstone Cutthroat river in the park with fish reaching up to 25 inches. There are many other secret backcountry opportunities depending on the clients needs/wants this will be at request and can be discussed before the trip.
To assure that you'll be fishing on the days you prefer, we recommend that you book your trip several weeks or months in advance. We will confirm your reservation upon receipt of payment. All trips booked within 14 days of guide trip require full payment at time of booking.
We accept all major credit cards, checks, and cash for payment.
Terms and conditions Cancellations: To book a tour, vacation package, or activity, full payment is required. A full refund minus $100 processing fee will be given for all cancellations more than 14 days before the trip. For cancellations less than 14 days prior to departure, the deposit is non-refundable.
Health and Safety: The day trips requires good physical fitness and mobility, or the ability to walk up to 1 mile over uneven terrain. The trip is suitable for people of all ages, though children below the age of 14 must receive prior approval. If you have health questions, consult your doctor for more information. The tour leaders must be advised in advance of any special health needs. Weather conditions can change without notice and it is the responsibility of the traveler to have proper clothing and equipment. We will provide a list for the clothing and gear recommended for the trip.
Hiking trips can be modified and can accommodate any skill levels. Please make sure to specify skill level upon booking so we can plan accordingly.
Backpacking trips are in the extreme backcountry of Yellowstone. Our guides will come equipped with bear spray and the training for extreme events. Please be aware that potential safety hazards in Yellowstone include wildlife, thermal activities, high altitude, and extreme weather conditions. These trips are trips of a lifetime but not without risk. Be aware.
Responsibilities and Conditions: We act only in the capacity of agent in all matters of transportation and tour operation. We are not responsible for delays, inconveniences, accidents, expense or mishap of any kind whatsoever resulting entirely, or in part, from the negligence of others or from causes beyond our control. We can accept no responsibility for losses or additional expenses due to delay or changes in air or other services, sickness, weather, strike, war, quarantine, or other causes. All such losses or expenses will have to be borne by the participant, as tour rates provide for arrangements only for the time stated. The right is reserved to substitute accommodations or modes of transportation and to make any changes in the itinerary where deemed necessary or caused by changes in transportation schedules. We take no responsibility for special arrangements or problems incurred by persons physically unable to participate in the planned activities. No refund can be made for absence from the tour unless arrangements are made at the time of the booking. The right is reserved to decline, to accept or to retain any person as a tour member for any reason which affects the operation of the tour or the rights and welfare or enjoyment of the other tour members. We will not discriminate against any individual because of race, sex, creed or nationality.
Cancelled Trips: We reserve the right to cancel any trip if conditions arise that are beyond our control and adversely affects the well-being of the trip members. In such a case, a full refund of the trip cost is given, but we are not responsible for additional expenses incurred by members in preparing for the trip including flights and other travel expenses.
We make no exceptions to our booking and refund policy and encourage clients to purchase trip insurance if concerned about the possibility of cancellation.