For 23+ years, Fins and Feathers Guide Service has provided unforgettable Montana fly fishing experiences along the Madison River.
Our guided fly-fishing offerings include full and multi-day trips tailored to your skills and preferences.
Fish the Ennis, Montana sections for big Brown Trout on float and wade excursions or immerse yourself while floating the dry fly waters of the Madison Valley. The options are endless, and anglers of all skill levels are welcome.
"Prior to our trip we researched best guided fishing near Bozeman MT and Finns and Feathers was the most highly rated! They lived up to their reputation, both in the shop and on the water. Our guide, Nicole, was knowledgeable, great company and, most importantly, put us in the places there were FISH!..."
Full-day trips are 6-8 hours, with 5-7 hours on the water. Drive time is 45-90 minutes each way from Bozeman, guests usually will ride with their guide. We can vary the trip duration and change our meeting locations to suit your schedule.Send an Inquiry
Fins and Feathers Guide Service has been outfitting on the upper Madison River for over two decades. Trips occur between Raynold's Pass and Ennis Lake with the specific stretch chosen based on current conditions.
Rates include a streamside lunch, non-alcoholic beverages, flies, terminal tackle, and use of fly rod outfits for 1 or 2 guests. Waders and boots are provided when necessary. Fishing licenses and gratuities are not included.Book Online
Secure a reservation with a deposit when you book your Montana fly fishing trip. Book 30 days in advance and hold your reservation with a 50% deposit. Payment in full is required to secure reservations made within 30 days. See full details here.
The upper Madison River is a wild and diverse fishery throughout its course between Quake Lake and Ennis, Montana.
The Bozeman fly fishing guides at Fins and Feathers Guide Service are on the river throughout the year and are always up-to-date with changing hatches, weather, and water conditions.
The upper Madison River fishing report reflects the most current updates from our guides and friends in the Madison River fly-fishing community.