Bozeman Fly Fishing Day Trips

							Anglers fishing the Madison River on a Fins and Feathers guide trip

Float and Wade Fly Fishing Trips

Fins and Feathers’ Bozeman location gives you quick and easy access to Montana's top wild trout fisheries, including the Yellowstone, Gallatin, Madison, and Jefferson Rivers, as well as lesser-known small and mid-sized streams.

We’ve been guiding fly fishing trips in Montana for more than 23 years, so Fins and Feathers can do it all. We will work with you, crafting customized day trips or multi-day tours to experience the state’s best trout rivers.

Bozeman Fly Fishing Day Trips

Rate: $695 for 1 or 2 Anglers per Guide

									Anglers fishing and relaxing on a Yellowstone River fishing trip with Fins and Feathers Guide Service

How Long is the Trip?

Full-day trips are 6-8 hours, with 5-7 hours on the water. Most rivers are 30-45 minutes’ drive from Bozeman, and guests usually ride with their guide. We can tailor the day's length to fit your schedule.

Full Day Trip Details
									Anglers fishing and floating the legendary Madison River near MacAtee Bridge

Where do we Fish?

Our guides will recommend a local river based on current conditions and recent fishing reports. The Yellowstone, Madison, Gallatin, and Jefferson rivers offer world-class fly fishing near Bozeman.

Montana Rivers Where We Operate
									Trophy Brown trout success on a dry fly while fly fishing in Montana on the Madison River.

What's Included?

Rates include streamside lunch, non-alcoholic beverages, flies, terminal tackle, waders and boots when necessary, and use of fly rod outfits. Fishing licenses and gratuities are not included.

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Montana Fly Fishing Tours

									Fins and Feathers guide and guests flyfishing Montana on the Missouri River

Missouri River Fishing Trips

Experience early-season fishing at its best on the iconic Missouri River between Holter Dam and Cascade, Montana. Big fish, big numbers, dry flies, nymphs, streamers—a Missouri River trip has it all.

  • April 14 - June 20, 2024
  • Single and Multi-Day Bookings Available
  • Fishing gear, flies, lunches, and non-alcoholic drinks included
  • Lodging assistance available (book early)
  • Fishing Licenses, lodging, and gratuities are not included
  • Float and Wade
  • $725 for 1 or 2 anglers per guide
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									An angler fly fishing Montana on the Clark's Fork River near Missoula with Fins and Feathers

Montana Fly Fishing Tours

Explore Big Sky Country with the Fins and Feathers expert guides on customized Montana fly fishing trips near Dillon, Craig, Ennis, Livingston or Ft. Smith between April and September.

  • 3-5 day custom itineraries
  • Fish multiple blue-ribbon waters
  • Seasonal availability in Dillon, Ft. Smith, Livingston, Ennis, and Craig Montana.
  • Fishing gear, flies, lunches, and non-alcoholic drinks included
  • Fishing Licenses, lodging, guide travel expenses, and gratuities not included
  • Start at $695 for 1 or 2 anglers per guide
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Lodging Packages

Montana fly fishing lodge packages offer a variety of bundled vacation options with customized guided day trip itineraries near Bozeman, Ennis, Livingston, and Craig for anglers of all skill levels.

  • Variable lengths of stay and easily customizable
  • Available May 1 - September 30
  • Bozeman Hotel packages
  • Fly fishing lodge options
  • Fishing gear, flies, lunches, and non-alcoholic drinks included
  • Fishing Licenses and Gratuities are not included
Lodging Packages
							Flyfish Montana on the lower Madison River while floating.

Half-Day Trips Near Bozeman

Half day trips near Bozeman are great for off-season and introductory fly-fishing experiences.

These 4-hour float trips are available on the lower Madison River. Our emphasis is on full and multi-day trip itineraries between June 15 and September 15, so 1/2 day trip availability is limited to last minute openings during our peak season.

Guided Trip Deposit Policy

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.

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Lower Madison River Fishing Report

Only 20 minutes from Bozeman, this world-class wild trout fishery offers exceptional fly fishing between Beartrap Canyon and Headwaters State Park most of the year.

Read our Montana fishing reports to find out exactly what’s happening on the Lower.

							Yellowstone river fishing summer streamers

Yellowstone River Fishing Report

Fly fishing on the Yellowstone River embodies the quintessential Montana experience. Experience exceptional floating and limited wade fishing between Gardiner and Columbus.

The Fins and Feathers Montana fishing reports keeps you dialed in on exactly what’s happening on the Stone all year.

							Trophy Brown trout success on a dry fly while fly fishing in Montana on the Madison River.

Upper Madison River Fishing Report

The "50-Mile Riffle" above Ennis is home to the legendary brown and rainbow trout of the Madison River. Year-round angling opportunities abound between Raynold's Pass and Ennis Lake.

Stay informed about current fly fishing conditions on the Upper with our Montana fishing reports.

							An angler fishes the Gallatin River in the canyon on his Montana fly fishing vacation

Gallatin River Fishing Report

From Yellowstone National Park to Headwaters State Park, the Gallatin River is one of Montana's most accessible blue-ribbon wild trout fisheries.

Conditions on the Gallatin change quickly. Luckily, our Montana fishing reports are always up to date.

From Our Montana Fly Fishing Blog

Montana Fly Fishing FAQ From First Time Guests

With over two decades of experience outfitting Montana fly fishing trips, we have done our best to address common questions we hear during the pre-booking process in the "Learn" section of our website. Below is a short list of the most common questions we receive during initial inquiries, please see our complete list of FAQs or reach out to us using the contact form below for additional help.

The standard rate is the same whether there are 1 or 2 people on the trip.

All of our guided trips are catch and release, fly-fishing.

We offer trips for groups consisting of odd numbers (3,5,7, etc.) of guests. Pricing is 2x the standard rate for 3-4 people, 3x the standard rate for groups of 5-6 people, and so on. There is 1 guide for groups of 1-2 people, 2 guides for groups of 3-4 people, and 3 guides for groups of 5-6 people, and so on. We do not offer any options for 3-person trips paired with only one guide, but we can accommodate those groups with the services of two of our guides.

Fly fishing is a terrific family activity, but these trips are inappropriate for infants, toddlers, and children who typically require mid-day naps. We have found that 12 is a good age, but everyone is different so check with us if you are uncertain.

Our guided trips mostly take place on medium to large-sized Montana fly fishing rivers that are best experienced while floating. The typical day trip involves fly fishing while floating with intermittent wade-fishing opportunities. We always recommend a float trip for the best experience and flexibility when water or weather conditions change.

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