*** Although we will take you to any local river you desire, we feel that your fly fishing guided trips should be on the water that WE feel will give you the best Montana Fly Fishing Experience: Blackfoot, Clark Fork, or Bitterroot River.
Full Day Float Trip – $650
Includes use of boat rods and reels, all flies, tippet, hotel pickup and drop-off, shuttles, all day guide services 2 anglers per guide boat, and shore side lunch. Not Included – gratuities, Montana fishing license.
I only hire enthusiastic experienced guides for my staff. Patience is at a premium and their ability to fish all levels of anglers is paramount. They are my respected colleagues in the trout game. If you are unsatisfied with their work ethic, professionalism, or their attitude I will refund your money. No questions asked.
Your Fly Fishing Experience
Missoula Fly Fishing Guides – 23 Years of Experience
For the last 23 years we have provided professional Missoula fly fishing guides services on the Bitterroot River, Blackfoot River, Clark Fork River, Rock Creek, or Missouri River. We have created a reputation as patient effective teachers who consistently produce a high quality on the water experience for our guests. We relish the opportunity to teach a new angler as much as throw some new advice at an advanced angler. High personal service and friendly hard working Missoula fly fishing guides are our hallmark. To meet any of our staff please visit our Staff Profiles Page. Your daily float trip includes a streamside lunch, flies and all terminal tackle for up to 2 anglers. All you have to do is show up and fish! Call (877) 327-7878 and enjoy some Missoula fly fishing with us.
Missoula Montana has three rivers that require a permit to be able to provide fly fishing guides services. Not all outfitters have these permits, but we have the full suite for our area to provide maximum access to our guests. The Rock Creek float permit is the most limited access with only three issued annually. The Upper Bitterroot and West Fork permit is capped at a set number of outfitters that can guide in those reaches. The Blackfoot river also has a access permit that requires an annual outfitter access fee. We think our guests should be able to fish all the water that Missoula has to offer, and we are ready share our whole area with you.