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Learn what to bring & expect when booking a fishing trip

What to Bring

  • Fishing License (call if you have questions)

  • You are welcome to bring your own rods and flies, but our guides will be prepared with extra supplies 

  • Rain Gear - Spring can be unpredictable with temperatures ranging from 30-75 degrees. Bring layers! 

  • Waders, if you have them, if not then waterproof boots or sandals with neoprene wading socks and rain pants will work

  • Sunscreen, the sun can be intense up in the mountains.  Please bring sunscreen, and SPF clothing if you own any! 

  • Polarized sunglasses, to see the fish & protect your eyes. Even inexpensive polarized glasses can help immensely. 

  • Lunch will be provided, but please let us know of dietary needs as far in advance as possible.  Once we leave for the day, we will be unable to change meal plans. 

  • We also provide water and ice. If you would like a specific drink for yourself, go ahead and purchase anything in advance the day before. 

  • An open attitude! We generally have a different fishing style in Montana than in other places you may have fished. Our guides are all extremely good at what they do, and you will learn lots. Fishing for wild trout is different from fishing in stocked waters. It can be challenging to begin, but once we help you figure it out it can be incredible! 

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