Our Bozeman fly fishing guides and outfitter are looking forward to another great year of fly fishing in Montana in 2020. We have enjoyed a mild winter that has made for great Winter Special Guide Trips, and now have our sights set on the prime Spring, Summer, and Fall fly fishing seasons.
Notes From Downstream
A Montana Fly Fishing Blog
Fly fishing trips in Bozeman, MT are the best way to enjoy a day on one of our local Montana rivers. Bozeman offers anglers more miles of blue-ribbon trout water than just about anywhere in the west. The Yellowstone River, Madison River, and Gallatin Rivers run just outside of town and the endless fly fishing opportunities in Yellowstone National Park just past them.
Our Montana fly fishing guides consider Bozeman, MT to be the heart of fly fishing in Montana and our home base for our Montana fly fishing trips. The combination of Bozeman’s proximity to hundreds of miles of blue ribbon trout water in Montana as well as Yellowstone National Park means that anglers are able to experience a wide variety of guided fly fishing options during their stay in Bozeman and all the while have access to comfortable lodging and great dining options. A traveling angler could easily stay weeks in Bozeman and never fish the same water twice.
Guided float trips with the Montana Angling Company and our professional fly fishing guides are the best way to enjoy fly fishing on the blue ribbon rivers near Bozeman, Montana. Our fly fishing guides use modern drift boats and rafts with fishing frames to allow our anglers to experience the best fly fishing on all of Bozeman’s finest rivers.
There are lifetime’s of fly fishing opportunities within an hour of Bozeman, MT. From the Madison River, to the Gallatin River, to the Yellowstone River, and every small stream in between: the list is endless. It can be overwhelming with all of the great options to decide where to spend your time if you only have a day or two to enjoy fly fishing in Bozeman. While hiring a fly fishing guide is the best way to make the most of your Montana fly fishing trip, it doesn’t make sense for everyone. Want to know where our Bozeman fly fishing guides go fish when we want to stay close to home? Read on for our 5 spots to fly fish in Bozeman, Montana.
Anglers joining us on their Bozeman fly fishing trip in 2019 will have a lot to look forward too. Our custom outfitting program in Bozeman for 2019 will include float trips, wade fishing trips, day trips, half day trips, and multi-day packages all with the hardest working Bozeman fly fishing guides around. Our home base in Bozeman is uniquely centered to give our anglers and fly fishing guides access to the greatest diversity of blue ribbon rivers, streams, and lakes in Montana. From the famous waters of the Yellowstone River, the Madison River, and the Gallatin River, to quieter waters more off the beaten path, our Bozeman fly fishing trips and guides allow anglers to experience the best fly fishing Bozeman has to offer.
Anglers come from all over the world to fly fish in Bozeman, Montana. Our professional fly fishing guides have made it their home. At the Montana Angling Company, we have made Bozeman our base for custom fly fishing trips. There are lots of great reasons to find yourself in Bozeman, but for fly fishing anglers, it is the many rivers and streams that call us to Bozeman above all else.
Bozeman is the trout capital of the west. While those may be fighting words in most fly fishing circles, we have compiled the evidence, ran the numbers, and found it to be true. At least in our opinion. Bozeman is our first choice for any fly fishing trip. There is no shortage of other great places to go and rivers to see but what anglers will find in Bozeman is the ultimate base camp for their fly fishing adventures. Here are our top 5 reasons to fly fish in Bozeman, Montana.
Things are starting to look a lot like winter in Bozeman. The snow is stacking up and all but the most dedicated of anglers have called it a season. While winter fly fishing in Montana isn’t for everyone, there is still great fly fishing to be had, all throughout our winter months. While we wouldn’t recommend planning a fly fishing trip to Bozeman during the winter, if you find yourself out here and need to wet a line you can count on our Bozeman fly fishing guides being ready to work and show anglers the best winter fly fishing in Bozeman, MT.
We are lucky in Bozeman, MT to have great fly fishing for wild trout all year-long. Even during the doldrums of winter, anglers can find open water and feeding fish.
Our fly fishing outfitting and guide service offers anglers in Bozeman, MT the best guided fly fishing experience across all of our seasons. Where we fish may change throughout the year, but anglers can count on the same great fly fishing experience and quality guiding every trip. It is part of what makes fly fishing in Bozeman, Montana so great.
We love fly fishing with dryflies. Over the course of a Montana fly fishing season our Montana fly fishing guides employ a variety of tactics to help anglers catch trout, but nothing beats a fish coming up to eat a well presented fly floating on the surface. There is something special about that moment and is what keeps many of our anglers coming back year after year to fish all of our great rivers. We see the same cycle of hatches on our rivers year after year.
Traveling to Bozeman? New to town? Just passing through? There are lots of good reasons to find yourself in Bozeman and even more great things to do while you are here. Our top things to do in Bozeman, Montana:
We offer full-day and half-day trips, as well as float and wade fishing options, that cater to seasoned and beginner anglers alike. Book your fly fishing trip with our professional guides.
Our custom Montana fly fishing trips are the best way to start or build on your Montana fly fishing journey. Enjoy unique trip offerings and Montana’s best rivers with our Montana fly fishing guides.
Winter and Spring Specials
Take advantage of special rates on your spring and winter fly fishing trips in Montana. Enjoy the same great fly fishing, world-class rivers, and professional guides all year long.