Missoula is the hub and these great Montana fly fishing rivers are the spokes of the wheel. So diversity is convenient logistically with short drives to the River from our Montana Fishing Lodge. If you are staying at Missoula River Lodge and fishing the Clark Fork river there isn’t even a drive, it is a walk of the front porch to a waiting drift boat.
Many of our guests choose to fish a different river each day. The Bitterroot River, Clark Fork River, Blackfoot River, Missouri River, and Rock Creek. All have distinct personalities that reward the traveling fly fishing angler in new ways.
Diversity and scope to a Montana fly fishing complex also assures solitude and durability. Over half of our days of guiding we will not see another boat. Yes, even in today’s popular fly fishing culture there is water that is only lightly fished. Nothing like fishing in Montana on your own personal water. With so many different fly fishing cards to play we can always find a great options. If the Blackfoot River is fly fishing slow, no problem hit the Bitterroot River. If the Bitterroot river is funky, head to Rock Creek. Or Maybe it’s a Clark Fork River to Missouri River trip that makes the most sense. We have so much fly fishing water to choose from the fly game is always afoot.
We take care of all aspects of your fishing vacation. Our staff picks up guests at the airport and when you check into our Lodge we pride ourselves on freeing our guests to enjoy a relaxing vacation that is fishing and food focused. If you are new to fly fishing we can supply all your fishing gear at no extra charge. If you can make it to Missoula Montana, we’ll take care of the rest.
Half of our fishing days our guests will not see another angler. The other half will only see a boat or two. The private and quiet Montana fly fishing trip is what we strive to provide for our guests. It’s why we own a private boat ramp on the Clark Fork River and the most commercially limited float permit on Rock Creek. We understand that zero deep at private boat ramp taking your time trumps the “Morning River Rush”. Missoula Montana is still being discovered and we want to share that with you.
Please check out the individual River pages (Bitterroot, Blackfoot, Rock Creek, Clark Fork, Missouri) for more information on Missoula fly fishing.