Smith River fly fishing trips can be summed up in almost one word – secluded
The Smith River has limited access points and even more limited float permits as the campsites are limited. The river begins near White Sulphur Springs, Montana, at the confluence of the North and South Fork Smith River. It then twists and turns for more than 100 miles through remote and scenic landscapes before spilling into the Missouri River near Ulm, Montana.
Our Smith River fly fishing trips take place on the upper sections, between its origin and above the Smith River Fly Fishing Access Site, flows through gently rolling prairie, flanked by the tall mountain peaks. The river twists and turns through a small canyon. The canyon, while small compared to others found further downstream is beautiful, with wooded hills flanking the river.
Smith River Specifics
BUILD YOUR ADVENTURE TODAY!