Fly fishing in Montana while floating on the Yellowstone River is the quintessential western trout fishing experience in the minds of anglers everywhere. The river meanders through its way north through Paradise Valley before heading east just outside of Livingston. This is one of the last truly wild watersheds in the west and is the longest, free-flowing river in the lower 48.
A Yellowstone River fly fishing trip is a remarkable Montana fly fishing experience well suited to anglers of all skill levels and interests. The advanced angler never ceases to be amazed at the variety of the river's character and trout they encounter during a day trip to this crown jewel of modern fly fishing in MT. There is hardly a better river for novice and intermediate anglers to spend their time learning the art of fly fishing while surrounded by the stunning backdrop of the Absaroka and Gallatin Mountain ranges.
Fins and Feathers Guide Service has been outfitting fly fishing in Montana for over two decades on the Yellowstone River. Join us for a Yellowstone River fishing day trip with our team of world-class Bozeman fly fishing guides on your next fly fishing vacation.
April is a quiet time on the Yellowstone River and perfect for the experienced angler seeking a diverse trout fishing experience on their Montana fly fishing vacation. The prime months of July, August, and September are each fantastic in their regard and ideal for all anglers - even those that have never fly-fished before.