Experience the quintessential Montana fly fishing experience on over 125 miles of blue-ribbon water along the Yellowstone River.
Floating the Yellowstone River while fly fishing Paradise Valley during the early season Mother’s Dy Caddis hatch has been a Montana favorite for generations. Escape the summer crowds on early morning floats below Big Timber. Float and wade through Livingston, searching for the legendary Brown Trout of the river.
Contact our expert staff to plan your Yellowstone River fishing trip in Montana, we have been customizing Montana fly fishing trips for over 23 years. Reservations can be secured online, via e-mail, or by calling us at 1-406-468-5016
"My boyfriend and I had a wonderful time fly fishing on the Yellowstone River with Nicole. She is a fantastic guide: giving us enough instruction but not too much, so we could really enjoy ourselves and not worry about ‘getting it right,” She manages that boat and its oars as if she were a person twice her size, and I swear she directs the boat to where the fish are!"
Full-day trips are 6-8 hours, with 5-7 hours on the water. Drive time is 30-90 minutes each way from Bozeman, guests usually will ride with their guide from Bozeman. We can vary the trip duration and change our meeting locations to fit your itinerary.Send an Inquiry
The Yellowstone River is the largest undamned river in the lower 48, boasting well over 125 miles of blue-ribbon water in Montana between Paradise Valley and Columbus. Each day is customized around current conditions.
Rates include a streamside lunch, non-alcoholic beverages, flies, terminal tackle, and the use of rods and reels for 1 or 2 guests. Waders and boots are provided if 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.
Whether you are headed out for a day of fly fishing Paradise Valley or just hoping to get a few hours of evening fishing near Livingston, check out our Yellowstone River fishing report for current conditions.
Be sure to watch closely throughout the year for key updates around the Mother’s Day Caddis Hatch, post-runoff Salmonfly emergence, and the ever-changing water conditions.