What gear should I bring?
We have a complete list of items that we recommend for your trip. Check it out! Remember that if you do not have the items listed, let us know and we will help outfit you.
Can I keep the fish I catch?
No. Trout On The Fly practices catch and release on all guided trips. This does not mean that you can’t go out on your own after your trip and keep fish, as long as you follow the current Montana fishing regulations.
What is included in the price of the trip?
Half Day: Guide, transportation, non-alcoholic beverages, flies, leaders, and tippit.
Full Day: Guide, transportation, lunch, non-alcoholic beverages, flies, leaders, tippit, and the shuttle service for the guide’s vehicle on float trips.
Rods will be supplied by the guide if you do not have your own.
Do I need to tip my guide?
Gratuity is not mandatory, but is well appreciated to help with the guide’s fuel, flies lost on the trip, and reflects the hard work of the guide. Average gratuity is 20-25% of the price of the trip. If you feel the guide deserves more or less, please adjust the amount according to your experience.
What happens if I break or lose the guide’s rod?
Rods break, it happens, don’t worry. All the rods we use have a lifetime warranty. If you break a rod, we will charge you a $50 fee that covers the replacement cost. If you lose a rod, however, you will be charged the entire price of the rod and reel.
Can I bring alcoholic beverages?
We provide non-alcoholic beverages as part of your trip. If you would like to bring alcohol that is ok, we prefer cans instead of glass, unless you’re bringing a bottle of wine. Let us know if you’re bringing wine so we can have a cork screw available.
Please understand that these trips are difficult to rebook on short notice, and that our focus is on providing the best fishing experience possible. If you have any concerns about attending your booked trip, please look into trip insurance.
Trout On The Fly accepts cash, personal checks, travelers checks, Visa, Discover and MasterCard. All credit card transactions will be charged 3% of the amount to cover processing fees.Top
If it is raining do we still go fishing?
Yes, fishing in the rain is a good time to catch fish. Fitted with waders, Goretex© dry coats and extra layers like fleece jackets, you will stay warm and dry.