The Fins and Feathers central location in Bozeman provides easy access to Montana's top wild trout fisheries, including the Yellowstone River, Gallatin River, Madison River, and Jefferson River, as well as various small streams and medium-sized rivers.
Montana fly fishing trips in locations like Craig, Dillon, Ft. Smith, and Missoula are available seasonally, as well.
Relying on 23+ years’ of experience as a Montana fly-fishing outfitter, the Fins and Feathers experts work with our guests to craft customized, Bozeman fly fishing day trips and Montana fly fishing tours around the state.
Full-day trips are 6-8 hours, with 5-7 hours on the water. Drive time is 30-45 minutes each way for most destinations and guests usually will ride with their guide. We can tailor the day's length around your schedule when needed.Send an Inquiry
Our guides recommend Bozeman fly fishing waters for your day trip based on the prevailing conditions. The Yellowstone, Madison (upper and lower), Gallatin, and Jefferson Rivers offer world-class fly fishing, close to Bozeman.
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.
Primetime, early-season tailwater fishing at it's best on the iconic Missouri River strecthes between Holter Dam and Cascade, Montana.
Explore Big Sky Country with our expert guides on customized Montana fishing trips near Bozeman, Dillon, Missoula, Craig, or Ft. Smith.
Montana fishing trips near Bozeman with expert Bozeman fly fishing guides on the lower Madison or Gallatin River during the off-season.
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.
This world-class wild trout fishery is only 20 minutes from Bozeman and offers year-round Montana fly fishing opportunites between Beartrap Canyon and Headwaters State Park.
Read our Montana fishing reports before you head out to your favorite fly fishing river near Bozeman.
Montana fly fishing on the Yellowstone River embodies the quintessential western fishing experience for both the floating or wader angler fishing between Gardiner and Columbus.
The Fins and Feathers Montana fishing reports keep you prepared for your next day on the blue-ribbon waters near Bozeman.
The "50-Mile Riffle" above Ennis is home to the legendary Brown Trout of the Madison River. Year-round angling opportunities between Raynold's Pass and Ennis Lake.
Stay informed about current conditons on the fly fishing waters near Bozeman with our Montana fishing reports.
From Yellowstone National Park to Headwaters State Park, the Gallatin River is one of Montana's most accessible blue-ribbon wild trout fisheries near Bozeman.
Conditons change quickly, rely on our Montana fishing reports for timely Montana fly fishing information.