How old do my kids have to be to go fishing?

For Walk ‘n Wade and Float Fishing trips, children can participate at ages 5 and up. For fishing that is combined with horseback riding, children should be 7 and up. For overnight or multi-day fishing, please call us so that … Continued

Is there a weight limit?

Regardless of your riding experience level, participants in our trail rides and pack trips must be 225 pounds or less. Imposing a weight limit is not a matter of prejudice, it is a means by which to ensure rider safety … Continued

Do I have to know how to fish?

All of our guides can offer instruction on fishing! Learning a new skill is a fantastic and fun addition to your Montana vacation.

What types of fish will I see?

On rivers (float trips, and walk ‘n wade) we target Rainbow, Cutthroat, Lake, and Brook Trout. There are Bull Trout which are protected and must be released. On alpine lakes (Fish ‘n ride, pack trips) we target Rainbow Trout and … Continued

What should I wear (or bring) fishing?

Most anglers are comfortable in quick dry pants, shorts or a swimsuit. Check the weather to be sure. Regardless of the forecast, ALWAYS bring a lightweight rain jacket, bug repellent, and sun protection. Buffs are a great way to keep … Continued

Do I need to bring my own rod and tackle box?

We have high end spin fishing and fly fishing equipment that you are welcome to use, including lures and flies. However, if you are more comfortable bringing your own gear that’s ok too! For fly fishing we recommend 5 weight … Continued

Is lunch provided on fishing trips?

A lunch is provided on full day fishing trips. On ½ day trips we will include snacks and drinks, if you think you might get extra hungry go ahead and bring your own snacks too. Contact us if you have … Continued

How do the licenses for fishing work?

Montana has various options for fishing licenses; so the one you get depends on how long you will be in the state, and how many of those days you intend to fish. They are: 1-day, or 5 consecutive days and … Continued