Clark Fork River

The Clark Fork River is highly underrated and continually surprises anglers from out of state and locals alike. Our guides are very seasoned in fishing the 160 mile span of floatable water. If your guide suggests the Clark Fork, trust him, he knows how to get it done. The upper reaches above Missoula is predominately a Brown Trout fishery. The lower section is home to some of the hardest fighting Rainbow Trout in Montana. The entire river offers an abundant hatch of a variety of bugs; Skwala’s, Golden Stones and prolific mayfly hatches throughout the year. This river has something to offer every level of angler.

Blackfoot River

We fish over 80 miles along The Big Blackfoot River, from the North Fork to confluence with the Clark Fork. This may be the most scenic and iconic river in the state and probably in the West. This river is littlered with Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout and native Cutthroat Trout. The elusive Bull Trout can be seen stealing your large trout from the end of your line. While we don’t fish for this endangered species, it is a one of a kind experience to lose a big fish to a bigger Bull Trout.  Our hatches start in June with Salmon Flies, Golden Stone Flies and Hoppers into the summer months. The Fall brings an impressive October Caddis hatch. Throwing big streamers will attract big fish on the Black Foot. This river is ideal for beginners and veterans alike.

Bitterroot River

The Root. Alway’s overshadowing other rivers in our area, with good reason too. With 84 miles of floatable and fishable water provide ample opportunity to chase large trout while enjoying the 9,000 foot peaks of the Bitterroot Mountains. The upper reaches is an incredible Cutthroat Trout habitat. Large Brown Trout are willing to eat dry flies and destroy streamers throughout the entire river. Known for it’s world famous Skwala hatch in mid-March and April months, also fantastic are the Summer and Fall when dry flies consistently produce an abundance of nice trout. This river has sections to offer every angler.

Missouri River

Located about a 2 hour drive from Missoula the Mighty MO is our go to river when the rivers are blown out on our side of the continental divide. We prefer to fish the Mo for multiple days staying in the area. The Mo is a classic tail water fishery boasting a whopping 7000 fish per mile. We fish from Holter Dam to Cascade a span of 31 classic tail water fishing. The Mo also has excellent dry fly fishing for rainbows and Browns. This river is great for all anglers.