Some would say there’s no better way to enjoy the big sky state than in a driftboat. Enjoy the beauty of Montana from our streams as they flow across prairies and through canyons; observe wildlife along the banks and birds circling above; and of course, fly fish from the boat as expert Montana fly fishing guides point out rising fish or that monster brown hiding just below the surface.
Every trip can be different, even on the same stretch of river. Each season displays different beauties and brings different hatches. As the hatches change, so does the fishing. In the winter and early spring you can fish with tiny midges, and spring will bring on the BWOs. Late spring and early summer we will be moving on to caddis, PMDs, and even some late evening drakes. Mid July the tricos will start and bring up numerous pods of large sipping fish. In late summer you might throw hoppers, beetles, or ants. In October and November you might be lucky enough to catch an October caddis hatch, or my favorite, the fall BWOs! Of course all fishing season you can nymph and throw streamers if you prefer to go after the fish below the surface.