Fishing Paradise

A Fly Fisherman’s paradise

Northwest Montana sits in striking distance of some of the best trout waters in North America, often with less pressure than many of the Yellowstone area waters.  From small creeks and alpine lakes to large tail waters and pack in remote areas that see very little traffic.  The Flathead valley and Northwest Montana is rich with water from the rivers and creeks in Glacier National Park, to waters in and around the Bob Marshall Wilderness.  A short drive to the North into B.C gives access to more world class fly fishing opportunities on the Elk River.   

SOME OF MONTANA’S FINEST

Missouri River

Madison River

Bitterroot River

Clark Fork River

Big Hole River

Blackforest River

Yellowstone River

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