Drift boats are a stable and comfortable platform from which to fish our larger rivers. Padded seats are a great platform to take a break and soak it all in, and leg locks will keep you securely on your feet while you’re fishing. There is plenty of room for your guide and two anglers, as well as all your gear. Want to experience a drift boat for yourself? Book a trip today!
Photo: David E Klutho
Want to catch native fish on 3” long dry flies? The Salmonfly hatch only comes once a year, but it’s worth the wait.
As spring time temps warm up and our winter snow melts, most of our freestone rivers are going to be high and muddy for the next several months. Tailwaters like the Missouri River, shown here, are where we focus our fishing efforts. Spring and early summer fishing can be really fantastic!
For some of the waters we fish, your guide might opt to use a raft instead of a drift boat. They handle smaller water better, and can get you places that a hard boat might not be able to reach.