Stillwater River Fishing Trips are a wild ride…
Don’t let the name fool you, our Stillwater River fishing trips take place on a wild and fast flowing river. Just like the river, the trout in this stream are healthy and strong fighters. The Stillwater River is one of Montana’s most beautiful fisheries and one of our favorites to guide.
Typically fishing this stream starts by mid July and August via rafts, but good wade fishing can also be had in the early spring with very good mayfly hatches starting around early March. This is definitely a dry fly fishing river and fishing this pocket water stream with a big hopper or stonefly pattern can be awesome. Stillwater River fishing averages rainbows and browns range from 10-16″, though fish up to 20″ are possible.
Typically fishing starts by mid July and August via rafts, but good wade fishing starts in the early spring
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