Yellowstone Area Fly Fishing Trips

Fish Some of the Nation’s Most Famous Waters!

Whether you want to fish the rivers of Yellowstone National Park or float the Yellowstone River out of Gardiner, we are happy to accommodate you. Guided Yellowstone area fly fishing trips are a great addition to any vacation. Our experienced guides provide you with the skills and tools you need to succeed on Montana’s world famous waters. No experience necessary! 

Walk and wade your way through Yellowstone while targeting wild trout to see the Park in a way that many of its visitors don’t. You can also fish the Yellowstone River from a boat while enjoying the pristine views of the Gateway to Yellowstone. Book a Yellowstone area fly fishing trip today and allow our guides to send you home with lasting memories and the skills that you need to be a better angler.

Trip Options
Walk & Wade in Yellowstone

Walk & Wade in Yellowstone

Yellowstone River Float Trips

Yellowstone River Float Trips

Yellowstone Area Fly Fishing FAQs

What's Included?

Half Day Trips

Includes rods, flies, and transportation to the Park and/or Yellowstone River.

Full Day Trips

Includes lunch, rods, flies, and transportation to the Park and/or Yellowstone River.

What’s Not Included? 

Waders and boots: These can be rented from our guides at $20 for waders, and $10 for boots. Please keep in mind these items won’t be necessary during the warmer summer months. 

Fishing Permits: These can be purchased ahead of time online, at local fly shops and at gas stations. If you are doing a float trip on the Yellowstone River, you will need a Montana State Fishing Permit.
If you are taking a Walk & Wade trip into Yellowstone, you will need to get a Yellowstone National Park Fishing Permit. These permits may be purchased at numerous locations in and around the park, including area fly shops, park visitor centers, backcountry offices, and Yellowstone General Stores.

National Park Entrance Pass: You will need your own Yellowstone Park Pass to enter the park, even though you will be with your guide.

*Please retrieve your permits ahead of time to ensure your allotted trip time can be spent fishing! 

What Do I Need to Bring?

Sunblock, rain jacket, hat, polarized sunglasses and any fishing gear of your own that you may want to use. In the early season (May-mid June) bring layers for colder mornings. Changing rooms are available.


JUNE 1, 2020!

We are now booking trips for Summer 2020.  To reserve your trip, please book online or give us a call! For questions, please refer to our web chat feature on the bottom right corner of our site. See you soon!