Spring Special Fly Fishing Trips


Montana Fly Fishing Guides offers a full range of fly fishing trips, but in the Spring we do you one better and offer it for $75 off our peak season rate!

Fly fishing Montana in the early season can be some of the most rewarding of they year. Good hatches of March Brown's, Baetis (Blue-wing Olives), midges and the Mother's Day Caddis Hatch are tops of the list. At Montana Fly Fishing Guides we don't offer discounted fly fishing trips, but we do offer a $75 off early season rate due to the shorter days and early season conditions. It's a great value and along with cheaper lodging rates it's a deal serious anglers can't pass up. 

Spring Float / Drift Trips

Float fish in solitude on a classic western river this Spring.

Enjoy the early season hatches of Caddis, Baetis, March Brown's and midges in solitude with a float trip on the Yellowstone or Madison Rivers. These classic western streams provide some of the best hatches and fishing of the season. If you're a streamer junkie or want to try for a big trout - this is the trip for you!

Spring Walk & Wade Trips

There’s just something about standing in the water fly fishing that brings it back to what it’s all about.

 Our Spring Special Walk Wade fly fishing trips take place on a number of rivers including DePuy, Armstrong and Nelson Spring Creeks as well as a couple smaller streams we won't discuss here. We recommend these trips for anglers with more than beginner level experience as the casting and mending techniques needed are a bit more advanced. However, beginner or intermediate anglers looking to improve their skills are always welcome.

Spring Special Half-Day Trip

Sometimes just a few hours in the afternoon is perfect timing

We encourage anglers to enjoy as much fishing as possible, but sometimes lack of time gets the better of us. Our Spring Special Half-day trips are a great solution. There is so much water in our backyard we can usually be fishing in just minutes. Take advantage of a 3-4 hour float or walk wade trip even if you just have a part of the day. This is great way to introduce beginner anglers to the sport as well as enjoy some quality time on the water.