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We offer professionally guided fishing trips in Montana.  Located in Livingston, Montana, we are surrounded by big, iconic rivers and many smaller streams, spring creeks, and lakes.


The Yellowstone, Boulder, Missouri, Stillwater, and Gallatin are a few of the major river systems in our area.


Yellowstone National Park is within a one hour drive.

Yellowstone River

The longest undammed river in the lower 48 with at total length of 678 miles. The Yellowstone originates south of Yellowstone National Park in the Southern Absaroka Mountain Range of Northwest Wyoming. It then flows North through Yellowstone Park and enters Montana near the town of Gardiner. This is our home water. We fish close to 200 miles of this blue ribbon trout water.  A person can spend a week fishing nothing but the Yellowstone and never fish the same stretch twice. Large bug hatches and healthy fish characterize this unforgettable river.

Boulder River

The Boulder River is a tributary of the Yellowstone located 30 miles east of Livingston, Montana. It originates in the high country of the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness. It is a blue ribbon trout stream with crystal clear water and healthy fish populations of rainbow, brown and cutthroat trout. Good, consistent bug hatches,, which the fish really key in on, make this river one of the finest in the state.

Stillwater River

A tributary of the Yellowstone River located 60 miles east of Livingston. It originates in the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness. The Stillwater is remote and has some fantastic trout fishing.  Brown and Rainbow Trout are the primary catch on this river. Big hopper/stonefly patterns can be very effective in drawing a strike from one of the many 20 plus inch fish living in the river.

Missouri River

Formed at the confluence of the Gallatin, Madison, and Jefferson Rivers in Three Forks, Montana, the Missouri River flows over 2,000 miles to the Gulf of Mexico.  We fish this river below Holter Dam where there is arguably the finest tail-water fishing of the state. There the river is like a giant spring creek boasting some of the highest fish populations anywhere at 4000 fish/mile.  As a tail-water, it has consistent flow, water temperature, and lots of bugs to sustain the fish population. It is arguably the best tail-water fishing in the lower 48 states.

Trophy Lakes

We also fish several lakes around the Livingston area. Characterized by large bug hatches, anglers have outstanding opportunities to sight cast to rising and cruising fish.

Spring Creeks

Paradise Valley is home to some of the world's best spring creek and smaller stream fishing.

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