Trout On The Fly

Types of Flyfishing Trips We Offer

Madison River Driftboat float.

Full Day Floats
We offer the use of drift boats on most rivers listed. The drift boats or rafts allow us to cover a larger area and access waters sometimes inaccessible or unsafe for wading, which can be an advantage. The boats also allow us to bring extra gear that might otherwise be left behind on walk-n-wade trips. Full day floats include a guide, the use of a rod and reel, transportation, lunch, non-alcoholic beverages, flies, leaders, tippit, and the shuttle service for the guide's vehicle from boat put in to the take out.

High stickin walk n wade.

Full Day Walk-n-Wade
This style of fly fishing allows anglers to work a specific area thoroughly and allows access to different locations than floating. This is a good option for beginners as they learn to read the river and acquire the foundations of the sport. Your guide will typically carry extra gear in a backpack, such as water, lunches and raingear. Depending on the circumstances, you may jump from spot to spot using the guide's vehicle. Full day walk-n-wade trips include a guide, the use of a rod and reel, transportation, lunch, non-alcoholic beverages, flies, leaders, and tippit.

Walk and wade guided fishing.

Half Day Walk-n-Wade
This is a wonderful trip if you are new to the sport of fly fishing or you just need to squeeze in a little more fishing before your flight leaves in the afternoon. Half day trips are 4 hours on the river, offered in the morning or afternoon. Half days are a great introduction to fly fishing; we will teach you the basics in casting, line management, knots, some entomology, and how to land fish. Got children? Don't torture them on a full day trip; this can leave a bad taste in their mouth. Half days allow us to expose the child to the sport, leaving them with a good experience! Trips include a guide, the use of a rod and reel, transportation, non-alcoholic beverages, flies, leaders, and tippit.

Guided Montana Jet Boat Flyfishing.

Full Day Jet Boat
Trout On The Fly has one of a few licensed U.S. Coast Guard Captains in Montana! This specialty allows us to access some rivers and lakes with a motor. The jet boat gets us into locations you can't get to in a drift boat or raft, where the water is too deep and wide to fish effectively from the bank. The jet boats are set up like a drift boat with oars and an anchor allowing us to motor up river and drift back down. This is truly a specialty trip! Jet boat trips include a guide, the use of a rod and reel, transportation, lunch, non-alcoholic beverages, flies, leaders, tippit, and fuel.

Full Day Yellowstone National Park (YNP) Walk and Wade Trips
Trout On The Fly is licensed to guide the country's 1st national park, Yellowstone! We offer full day walk and wade day trips to anglers of all experience levels. These are fantastic trips for both the incredible scenery and legendary fishing. We are also able to provide an experience that focuses on both hiking and fly fishing. The fishing season in YNP begins the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend (usually the last weekend in May) and extends through and includes the first Sunday in November, with a section of the upper Yellowstone River opening in mid-July. The native fish species include: Arctic Grayling, Westslope Cutthroat and Yellowstone Cutthroat trout. Nonnative species include: Brown, Brook, Lake and Rainbow trout. Hybrid species include: Cutbow (Cutthroat and Rainbow trout mix). Visit our Rivers section to read about some of the more popular options we offer in YNP. Call us at 406-580-7370 to inquire about the rivers not listed on our website. All walk and wade trips in the north and northeast area of Yellowstone National Park are a two-day minimum, and include Slough Creek, Soda Butte, Lamar River, Gardner River and Yellowstone River to name a few.

Trout On The Fly wants to ensure the finest fishing possible. On the day of your trip we may recommend one river over another in order to have the most successful experience.
Gourmet lunch on the river.