The Swan Mountain Outfitters is pleased to announce a new series of fishing and horseback trail riding combination excursions. Guests will be guided on horseback to a lake to fish for the day. Like all of our other Montana full day fishing excursions this includes: your fishing guide, lunch, fishing lessons, and fishing cleaning and packing (if desired). Plus you have the added benefit of riding a horse to some spots often overlooked in the Swan Valley.
Daily Fishing Horseback Trail Riding Combinations
Swan Mountain Outfitters offers several daily destinations for our fishing and horseback trail riding excursions. These include Scout, Shay, Bond and Pony Lakes.
The day begins by meeting your fishing guide/wrangler at the trail head and once you have completed some paperwork and received a safety briefing you will mount up and ride to your fishing destination. Once you arrive, the guide will unpack the gear that we provide and you have your choice to fish the shore, tributary streams or darn a pair of waders and venture out into the mountain lake in a float tube that we will pack in with a mule. We’ll pack a hearty lunch and refreshment for you. All you have to do is relax fish and enjoy an epic Montana day in the pristine solitude of the Swan Valley!
Overnight Fishing and Horseback Trail Riding Combinations
For those guests that don’t have the time to join us for a multi-day fishing pack trip in the Bob Marshall Wilderness, we are pleased to offer overnight trips that afford anglers the opportunity to get some camping and fishing in while they are visiting northwest Montana. The package includes lunch and dinner the first day, and breakfast and lunch the second day. We will provide tents, camping and fishing gear and all the horses needed for your party. All you need to bring is your clothes, sleeping bag and fishing license, we’ll take care of the rest. Meals are hearty mountain fare, and we are happy to accommodate special requests. Oh by the way, how about we fry up a couple of those fresh trout you will catch?