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Guided fishing Trips near Glacier National Park

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Guided Fishing Adventures throughout Montana

  • star rating  Jamie took myself and my 17 year old son out on the Flathead River. We are both beginners to the fly fishing world. He was patient and instructed... read more

    Brian P
    August 1, 2021
  • star rating  Mark took me for a float on the Middle Fork of the Flathead in June 2019. My purpose was to see his teaching style and how he worked with clients... read more

    May 8, 2020

Popular Fishing Trips

Float Trips

With Glacier National Park as a backdrop, our full day or half day float trips on the Flathead River will maximize your river experience. From the novice angler to the most seasoned anglers these trips will improve your angling skills. Considered one of Montana's best dry fly rivers, the Flathead River is home to native West Slope Cutthroat Trout. These trout are a blast to fish for. Come fish with us and see for yourself just how amazing fly fishing is on the Flathead River.

Missouri River Trips

We spend our spring and fall chasing big rainbows and browns below Holter Dam. The Missouri River, also know as in the fly fishing community as the MO, is home to some of the best trout fishing in the western United States. Whether you like to throw dries to rising trout, nymph foam lines and seams, or hucking large, nasty streamers for aggressive and often times large brown and rainbow trout, the MO is your river. Let us show you what the "Mighty Mo" is all about!

Walk and Wade Trips

Whether you prefer the river rocks under your feet or just want to better improve your walk and wading skills, our full day walk and wade trips will not disappoint. This is a great opportunity to sit back and really enjoy your surroundings and soak in the beauty of the Flathead Valley. We chase a wide variety of trout on our walk and wade trips. It's not uncommon to catch brown, brook, cutthroat, and rainbow trout. You might even be able to do it in the same day!

Fishing Report 05-20-21

From water to bugs, it’s all things “big” in and around Glacier National Park and the Flathead Valley. With a string of high pressure systems, the big river is showing her might with water conditions at bank full with snowmelt. It's the annual recharge from the high country. This past week, the fishing has been moderate to good with some small waters producing major bug activity. All in all, It’s a great time to be an angler in the beautiful area known as the Crown of the Continent.
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Glacier National Park Area Fishing Report 5-5-21

The big flush from the mountains in and around Glacier National Park has finally arrived. Mother Nature took it’s sweet time this year. As a result, we enjoyed some great fishing later into the spring. The snow pack from in and around Glacier National Park is making its way through the forks. Down into the main stem and flowing into Flathead Lake. It might be a while until the big river is fishable again but luckily for us there is great fishing to be had elsewhere. It's small water and Stillwater season in the Flathead Valley!
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Fishing Report 4-13-21

You know what is a lot more fun than paying taxes? Well, that list is quite long. But if one was wanting to find an activity to get away from the tax season blues, there is no better place to be than the Flathead Valley and Glacier National Park. We have seen fishing in the Flathead valley range from really good (think getting a tax refund) to No bueno (think getting audited by the IRS). It’s still very much worth your time to get out there and enjoy what this valley has to offer. Here is a run down of what we have observed recently on our local waters.
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Fishing Report 4-2-2020

Fishing around Glacier National Park and throughout the Flathead Valley is starting to heat up. Bugs are coming off, trout are on the move, and plenty people are getting out and enjoying everything this area has to offer. Here's a report from what has been happening lately on some of our local waters.
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