Yellowstone River

Considered “The Soul of the West”, the Yellowstone is the longest free-flowing river in the contiguous US. It is a large river that we fish from drift boats. Along its banks are railroads, cottonwood trees and sweet grass. The mountain views floating the river rival the colors of the trout it holds, with some of them being “Trophy” in size. Come see for yourself!!

Stillwater River

This a small to medium size freestone river. We guide the Stillwater using rafts. Anglers sit high in our rafts, and fish with the confidence and anticipation that each rock or eddy is holding a trout that will eagerly rise up to take a fly. What a way to fish! A great river for all anglers. One of the Most scenic rivers in Montana, with gorgeous wild trout!

Big Horn River

The “Horn” is a tailwater fishery. Its variety of water combined with the large number of trout per mile make this a home run destination for all anglers. We guide this river from drift boats.

Big Horn River (WY)

A Fantastic winter fishery!! A tailwater fishery that is small to medium in size. The trout here are measured in pounds not inches. Yes, all seasons fish great too!! Fishing here is done by Drift boat.

Rock Creek

A small mountain creek that flows right through Red Lodge. A beautiful little creek to get out and catch some trout. Great for the traveling angler! This is walk-wade trip.