Fishing Rates

Day trips include a licensed, experienced, professional guide, boat, and shuttle service, fishing instruction, rods (if needed), terminal tackle such as flies, leaders & tippet, water, beverages, and snacks.

Full day trips include lunch. We do not provide alcoholic beverages, however, you are welcome to bring your own, but please – no glass containers!

We are happy to assist you in securing lodging in the Lincoln, Ovando, or Seeley Lake area. Options include hotels, B&B, guest ranch, rental cabins, RV parks and campgrounds.

Fishing Rates

Blackfoot River Montana, Guided Fishing Trips on the BlackfootFloat Fishing Trips (raft or drift boat)

2 anglers full day $ 550 ($275 per person)

1 angler full day   $ 500

1 – 2 anglers 1/2 day $425

Middle Fork Dearborn River, Secret Montana Fly FishingWade Fishing Trips

2 anglers full day  $500

2 anglers ½ day    $400 (a 3rd angler may be added for an                                                    additional $100)

1 angler full day    $450

An additional $25 private land rod fee may apply on some waters.

Extended Float Fishing / Camp Trips

These Blackfoot River trips are custom-tailored to suit your expectations and criteria!

Pricing is based upon many different factors, such as the specific location(s), party size, number of days and nights, level of service desired, etc.

Please call or email for a price quote for the trip of your dreams!

Smith River Fly Fishing MontanaSmith River Trips: 5 day / 4 night – $3,900/person

All Smith Trips have a set itinerary with many launch dates to choose from. Please call for availability and details.

Smith Trips are conducted in cooperation with, and under Lewis and Clark National Forest Service Special Permit Holder – Outfitter Mike Geary, Lewis and Clark Expeditions.

South Fork Flathead River, Montana Fly Fishing TripsSouth Fork Flathead River Trips: 7 days / 6 nights – $5,950person

Conducted in July and August, this spectacular trip is in the heart of the Bob Marshall Wilderness and requires 1 long day and 1 short day of horseback travel to get to the river where we begin our  50-mile float-trip adventure.  You will not find better cutthroat trout fishing anywhere in the U.S., period. The South Fork is also one of the very few places in the lower 48 where you can legally fish for huge Bull Trout – or Dolly Varden, if you will. We will generally “lay-over” a day at our first riverside camp for a full day of wade-fishing the highly productive smaller upper reach of the South Fork, either on your own or with a guide or 2 for the group. Remaining guides blow up boats and assemble frames to begin our 4-day float the following morning. There are a very limited number of launch dates to choose from. The quoted price is based upon 6 – 8 Anglers. We also provide a pack-in service for those with their own boat and gear wishing for a “do-it-yourself” unguided experience. Please call for availability and details.

South Fork Flathead Trips are conducted in cooperation with and under National Forest Service Permit Holder Joe Muretta, Bullseye Adventures and Shane Erickson, Outfitter of Record #4923.

 

Reservations

We try to accommodate “last minute” trips, but reservations should be made at least 30-60 days prior to your trip to ensure the dates and guides will be available. Unless other arrangements are made, a deposit of 50% of your trip price is required upon booking (only 25% is required if a reservation is made more than one year in advance, leaving the remaining 25% due six months prior to your trip). The remaining balance is due upon your arrival. The deposit is non-refundable but may be transferred to another trip, date, or party, if redeemed within two years.

Non-resident fishing licenses are $50 for a 2-day, $81 for a 10-day, and $111 for a full-season license. These fees include your Conservation License ($10) and AIS Prevention Pass ($15)

Call 406-362-3070 for prices and availability.