Learn and Guided Fly Fishing • 406 763 4465 • Gallatin, Yellowstone & Madison Rivers
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Yellowstone Fly Fishing and Montana Whitewater are now taking reservations for the 2018 season. We maintain regular office hours throughout the winter, so please call (406) 763-4465 with questions or to make reservations for the 2018 season. See you in the spring!
Learn to fly fish on the Gallatin River is perfect for the beginning angler wanting to learn the basics in group setting.
Walk and Wade a full day of exclusive fly fishing with professional guidance. Explore the Gallatin River and learn the local holes.
Guided Float & Fish on the Yellowstone or Madison River. Improve your fly fishing skills from a drift boat guided through the pristine rivers of Montana.
No one should visit Montana and miss out on the fabulous blue-ribbon fishing our rivers have to offer! At Montana Whitewater, we have packages for every level of experience. Whether you’ve never been on a river before or are tying your own flies, we’ve got you covered. We provide all the gear you need and have access on three rivers in the area. Join our knowledgable award winning guides to make your Yellowstone visit perfect. Book your trip today and maybe you'll catch the big one!
The Gallatin River starts in Yellowstone Park, one of the purest water sources in the world. For 50 miles, it flows through rocky canyons and picks up more fresh mountain water from crystal clear tributaries. It is a paradise for trout and a world famous fly fishing stream. The Gallatin River offers excellent "dry fly" fishing in beautiful surroundings and has famous scenery seen in the movie, A River Runs Through It.
It is estimated that the trout population in Gallatin Canyon is 2,750 trout per mile of river. The trout are not picky eaters here, which makes the Gallatin River an excellent place to learn how to fly fish. The brown trout and rainbow trout average around 12 inches, with 16 inches considered a large trout - although some Biggies exceeding 20 inches can be found!
The iconic Yellowstone River is a main highlight of Yellowstone National Park, feeding and draining Yellowstone Lake, then dropping over the Upper and Lower Yellowstone Falls at the head of the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone. It continues flowing north out of the Park as a wide, deep river carving through the magnificent Paradise Valley. Drift boats will seek the abundant brown trout, rainbows and native Yellowstone cutthroat on this river known as one of the greatest trout streams in the world.
The Madison River
The Madison River is a headwater tributary of the Missouri River, with its confluence being at Madison Junction in Yellowstone Park. It is best known for brown trout and rainbow trout. With plenty of flow, this river will give a variety of angling options with the upper and lower sections as well as the Wilderness stretch through Bear Trap Canyon.
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PO Box 7236 Bozeman MT, 59771
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