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trip description for Missouri River Float Trips in Helena

Meet up on the Mighty Mo (Missouri River) for an awesome float trip chasing Monster Rainbows and Big Browns on a blue ribbon tailwater with a small local group of guides. Expect big, and very calm, moving water with large, easily spooked Rainbow and Brown Trout. Just the sound of the line hitting the water can scare away these fish, so be prepared to make some smooth casts. Once you get down the technique you can expect 20 plus inch Trout. On this half or full-day excursion, Nate will row you where you need to be in a maneuverable drift boat as you take in the beautiful scenery. From here he'll give you some of his expert fly-fishing tips and let you try your luck. Drift boats allow anglers to cover a larger area and access places that may be unsafe for wading. Whether you're new to fly fishing or not, the guides are eager to teach and will get some fish on your line! Read More

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Fishing in Gallatin Gateway
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trip description for Full Day Float (Multiple Rivers) in Gallatin Gateway

Float your way into the water with Ennion for a memorable day of Big Sky fly fishing! Big Sky is well known for its hundreds of miles of Trout-filled waterways, which is why fly fishers are always flocking to this scenic hotspot. Float trips like this offer the advantage of being able to cover more ground than typical wade fishing trips, so get ready for some bites! On this 10-hour trip, Ennion will float you down one of these productive rivers such as the Madison, Yellowstone, Beaverhead, Bighole or Missouri where you'll be targeting Brown Trout, Cutthroat Trout and Rainbow Trout. From here he'll give you some of his expert fly-fishing tips and let you try your luck. These rivers are great for throwing your first fly casts or honing in your skills on a relaxing day of river fishing. Whether you're new to fly fishing or not, Ennion will give you some helpful pointers to help get some fish on your line! Ennion will provide any rental gear you need, transportation to and from the river, snacks and non alcoholic beverages. He will even provide a tasty lunch for you on this float trip. All you need to bring is a valid Montana Fishing License. A hat, sunscreen, polarized sunglasses, and a rain jacket are recommended. Come enjoy the beautiful mountain waters with Ennion! Read More

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Fishing in Ennis
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Fishing in Ennis
trip description for Ennis Lake Float Trip in Ennis

Float your way on the water with your guide and get ready for an action-packed day of Montana fishing from one of the best guides around! On this fly-fishing trip, you'll be rowing out into Lake Ennis to target some Brown Trout and Rainbow Trout. Lake Ennis offers great sight fishing for Rainbow and Brown Trout. Casting accurately at the fish is most productive but not necessary. With its shallow waters, you can either fish directly from the drift boat or fish on the flats with your waders. Occasionally with your guide you will start off casting to rising trout on Ennis lake and transition to fly fishing the Madison River in the afternoon. Fishing starts in Ennis Lake when the ice melts in mid-February to mid-March, offering mostly rainbow and brown trout averaging 14″-16″, and larger trout in the 18″-24″ range are not uncommon. In the summer months, large browns and rainbows (""gulpers"") cruise the lake subsurface, rising to catch mayflies and creating a ""gulping"" sound. The warmer months of August into September can present a great opportunity to spend a couple of hours chasing gulpers. Fishing Ennis Lake in the fall, mid-September through October can be a great opportunity to catch a larger-than-average brown trout. On this half or full-day excursion, your guide will row you where you need to be in a maneuverable drift boat as you take in the beautiful scenery. From here, your guide will give you some expert fly-fishing tips and let you try your luck. Drift boats allow anglers to cover a larger area and access places that may be unsafe for wading. Whether you're new to fly fishing or not, your guide is eager to teach and will get some fish on your line! Regardless of where you are staying – Bozeman, Ennis, Cameron, Helena, Livingston, West Yellowstone, or Fort Smith, Montana – We have you covered. He or another one of his guides will be able to pick you up at your vacation rental, lodge, hotel, campsite, or the airport. If your place of lodging is out of the way, just meet your guide at a convenient location for your day(s) on the water. Your guide will provide all the rods, reels, flies, and tippet you need to get out on the water and catch some fish. They will even have a tasty lunch for all guests. Let them know when booking if you will need to rent waders and wading boots, which they will provide at an additional cost. All you need to bring is a valid Montana fishing license. A hat, sunscreen, polarized sunglasses, and a rain jacket are recommended. Enjoy your day out on the water with your guide! **We have several listings for float trips at nearby locations in the Bozeman / Yellowstone National Park area. They want you to have the best experience possible, so if the fishing is better in another lake or river, they may recommend another location. Whether you want to stick with this spot or hear about other spots, feel free to book your float trip on this listing, and they will get in contact with you about the details!** Read More

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Fishing in Emigrant
Fishing in Emigrant
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trip description for Yellowstone River Float Trips in Emigrant

Get ready for an action-packed day of Montana fly fishing when you join Jordan and float your way down the mighty Yellowstone River with one of the most experienced guides in Southwest Montana. On this fly-fishing trip, you'll be floating down the Yellowstone River on a 4 or 8-hour stretch anywhere from Gardiner to Livingston, targeting Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, and Native Cutthroat and Cut bows. Jordan is a great teacher and can cater his trips to groups of all experience levels. He and his guides will provide everything you need for your trip, including rods, reels, tackle, flies, a fully stocked cooler and sage advice! All you need to bring are weather-appropriate clothes (a rain jacket's always a good idea), eye protection (preferably polarized sunglasses), and a great attitude! Read More

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Fishing in Sheridan
Fishing in Sheridan
Fishing in Sheridan
trip description for Yellowstone River Fish Frenzy in Sheridan

Missoula Montana offers a slew of incredible blue-ribbon rivers within a short distance from downtown. Mike's outfit and his slew of incredible guides are committed to offering you the highest quality Montana fly fishing experience available. He and his experienced guides will row the extra mile to ensure this fishing trip is one you’ll remember for a lifetime. They will provide all the terminal tackle (flies, tippet, floatant, etc). They've got you covered on rods and reels if you need them and will provide a gourmet on the river lunch for you as well. The Yellowstone River is one of the greatest trout streams in the world and holds the title for the longest undammed, known as a ‘freestone’ river in the lower 48 states. There is outstanding trout water from its tributaries high inside Yellowstone Park, downstream through Gardiner, the Paradise Valley, Livingston, and down below Big Timber,a total of almost two hundred river miles. Explore the legendary river with our Yellowstone fly fishing guides for a fun, guided fly fishing day trip in Montana. The quality of the fly fishing is excellent here. We float fish in several different sections of the prime trout water between Gardiner and Big Timber, depending on the time of year, water conditions, and water levels. Highway 89 takes you through the Paradise Valley to the town of Gardiner, the Gateway to Yellowstone National Park. Explore and catch cutthroat trout, large whitefish, rainbow trout, and brown trout with our Yellowstone fly fishing guide. Join our guided tour at Fishtales Outfitting and enjoy some fantastic fly fishing on the Yellowstone River today! Read More

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Fishing in Hebgen Lake
Fishing in Hebgen Lake
Fishing in Hebgen Lake
trip description for Hebgen Lake Full-Day Jet Boat in Hebgen Lake

Jet your way on the water with your guide and get ready for an action-packed day of Montana fishing from one of the best guides around! On this fly-fishing trip, you'll be propelling yourself around Hebgen Lake to target some Brown Trout and Rainbow Trout. Fishing Hebgen Lake can be challenging, but the rewards can be large. Its calm waters are renowned for its Rainbow Trout and Brown Trout, which average 19″ in length. Using flies like Callibaetis, Trico’s and Spruce Moths are sure to get you some catches here. If you're an avid fly fisher who enjoys a dry-fly challenge, Hebgen Lake is a perfect spot on your fishing vacation! On this full-day excursion, our U.S. Coast Guard-certified crew members will use the jet boat to motor you around Hebgen Lake and find where the fish are biting. This technique will allow you to access water that is too deep or dangerous to wade fish. From here, your guide will give you some expert fly-fishing tips and let you try your luck. Whether you're new to fly fishing or not, we are eager to teach and will get some fish on your line! Regardless of where you are staying – Bozeman, Ennis, Cameron, Helena, Livingston, West Yellowstone or Fort Smith, Montana – Nate has you covered. He or another one of his guides will be able to pick you up at your vacation rental, lodge, hotel, campsite, or the airport. If your place of lodging is out of the way, just meet your guide at a convenient location for your day(s) on the water. Your guide will provide all the rods, reels, flies and tippet you need to get out on the water and catch some fish. They will even have a tasty lunch for all guests. Let us know when booking if you will need to rent waders and wading boots, which they will provide at an additional cost. All you need to bring is a valid Montana Fishing license. A hat, sunscreen, polarized sunglasses, and a rain jacket are recommended. Enjoy your day out on the water with one of our guides! **We have several listings for jet boat trips at nearby locations in the Bozeman / Yellowstone National Park area. They want you to have the best experience possible, so if the fishing is better in another lake or river, they may recommend another location. Whether you want to stick with this spot or hear about other spots, feel free to book your jet boat trip on this listing, and they will get in contact with you about the details!** Read More

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Everything to Know About Booking a Fishing Guide in Twin Bridges

What are the best fishing trips in Twin Bridges?

Why should I book a fishing trip in Twin Bridges with Captain Experiences?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 8 trips in Twin Bridges, and the most popular trips in the area are Montana River Fly Trip guided by Dan, Multi-Night at Stonefly Lodge guided by Dan, and Overnight Day Trip (Peak Season) guided by Dan.

Our guides in Twin Bridges are rated a 5 out of 5 based on 3246 verified reviews on Captain Experiences.

All guides on Captain Experiences are licensed, insured, and vetted by our team. You can access their reviews, click through trip photos, read bios to get to know them, and preview trip details like species, techniques, group sizes, boat specs and more.

Looking for kid friendly guides / fishing lessons in Twin Bridges? Check out our beginner and family friendly guides in Twin Bridges.

What types of fishing trips are common in Twin Bridges?

River fishing is the most popular type of fishing in Twin Bridges as well as lake fishing.

The most commonly sought after species in Twin Bridges are: 1. brown trout, 2. rainbow trout, 3. cutthroat trout, 4. brook trout, and 5. carp.

The most common fishing techniques in Twin Bridges are fly fishing, drift fishing, and wading but artificial lure fishing and light tackle fishing are popular as well.

How much does a Twin Bridges fishing trip cost?

Prices in Twin Bridges can range anywhere from about $500 to $2,480, but the average price for a half day trip in Twin Bridges is $538. The average price for a full day trip in Twin Bridges is $1,394.

Is booking a fishing guide worth the money?

Hiring a guide provides a number of benefits and many choose to book a fishing guide for a combination of experience, local knowledge, convenience, and cost-effectiveness.

Working with experienced fishing guides who know the best local spots and techniques can dramatically increase your odds of a great day. Having someone who is on the water every day and knows the area like the back of their hand is going to give you the best chances of success.

Booking a guide is also more cost effective, especially if you only get out a handful of times per year. When you consider all of the costs you would incur on your own such as the price of a boat, maintenance, insurance, gas, high-quality gear and tackle, repairs, and more, you’ll find that DIY is sometimes not worth the expense.

Even if you’ve got a great setup already in your home waters, booking a guide also provides a great opportunity to experience new techniques, new locations, or even a chance at a new target species to knock off the bucket list.

What month is best for fishing in Twin Bridges?

The most popular season for fishing in Twin Bridges is fall, and most anglers book their trips 1 days in advance.

Do I need a Twin Bridges fishing license and what are the bag limits in Twin Bridges?

See here for more information on fishing licenses in Twin Bridges, bag limits for target species, and fishing season regulations in Twin Bridges. When in doubt, your fishing guide will always know the right rules and regulations in Twin Bridges.

What is fishing in Twin Bridges all about?

Fishing in Twin Bridges, Montana, offers anglers a gateway to some of the finest trout waters in the state. Situated near the iconic Beaverhead River and surrounded by the stunning landscapes of the Ruby Valley, Twin Bridges provides access to world-class fly fishing opportunities that draw anglers from around the world. The Beaverhead River is renowned for its exceptional trout fisheries, with abundant populations of wild rainbow, brown, and cutthroat trout enticing anglers with their size and fight.

One of the highlights of fishing in Twin Bridges is the chance to explore the famed "Beaverhead Watershed," which encompasses not only the Beaverhead River but also the nearby Big Hole River and Ruby River. Each of these rivers offers its own unique angling experience, from casting dry flies to rising trout on the Beaverhead to drifting nymphs through the riffles of the Big Hole and exploring the remote stretches of the Ruby. With its diverse range of fishing environments and abundant fish populations, the Beaverhead Watershed promises unforgettable angling adventures for anglers of all skill levels.

In addition to the rivers, Twin Bridges serves as a gateway to other nearby fishing destinations, including numerous streams, lakes, and reservoirs. Whether you're exploring the crystal-clear waters of Clark Canyon Reservoir or casting lines in the secluded mountain streams of the Tobacco Root Mountains, Twin Bridges offers a wealth of fishing opportunities for anglers seeking adventure and relaxation in the great outdoors. With its rich angling heritage and stunning natural beauty, Twin Bridges is a paradise for anglers looking to experience the thrill of fishing in the heart of Montana's Big Sky Country.

What are the most popular months to fish in Twin Bridges?

In Twin Bridges, Montana, fishing seasons unfold with the rhythm of the surrounding landscape, offering anglers a chance to immerse themselves in the abundant waters of the region. Spring marks the awakening of the fishing season, as rivers and streams swell with the runoff from melting snow, signaling the return of trout and other prized catches. Anglers eagerly flock to renowned fisheries like the Beaverhead River and the Big Hole River to test their skills against the feisty rainbow, brown, and cutthroat trout that populate these Blue Ribbon waters. As temperatures rise and insect hatches increase, fishermen and women can enjoy thrilling battles and memorable catches amidst the stunning backdrop of the Montana wilderness.

As summer settles in, fishing season reaches its peak in Twin Bridges, offering ideal conditions for both seasoned anglers and newcomers alike. With long, sunny days and clear, cool waters, fishermen and women can enjoy endless hours casting their lines into the region's renowned rivers and streams. Whether wading in the shallows, drifting along in a boat, or casting from the comfort of the riverbank, there are myriad ways to experience the thrill of the catch against the backdrop of Montana's breathtaking scenery. From dry fly fishing for rising trout to nymphing in deep pools, anglers can expect exhilarating encounters and the chance to reel in some of the largest trout in the state.

As autumn descends upon Twin Bridges, fishing season begins to wind down, but the excitement is far from over. Cooler temperatures and changing foliage signal the start of the fall spawning season for many fish species, adding an extra element of excitement for anglers hoping to hook into trophy-sized specimens. Whether casting from the banks of the Beaverhead River or exploring nearby mountain streams and lakes, fishermen and women in Twin Bridges cherish every moment spent on the water, savoring the final days of fishing season before the onset of winter.

What types of fishing are popular in Twin Bridges?

In Twin Bridges, Montana, anglers have the opportunity to engage in various types of fishing, each offering its own unique experience amidst the picturesque landscapes of the Beaverhead River and its surrounding waters. Fly fishing reigns supreme in Twin Bridges, particularly on the renowned Beaverhead River. With its clear, cold waters and abundant trout populations, the Beaverhead River provides an ideal habitat for fly fishing enthusiasts to test their skills against wild rainbow, brown, and cutthroat trout. Whether casting dry flies, nymphs, or streamers, fly fishing on the Beaverhead promises an immersive and challenging angling experience amidst stunning natural surroundings.

For those seeking a more relaxed approach to fishing, lake and reservoir fishing in Twin Bridges offers an excellent alternative. Nearby lakes and reservoirs such as Clark Canyon Reservoir and Lima Reservoir provide ample opportunities for anglers to target a variety of species, including trout, bass, and perch. Anglers can enjoy fishing from the shore, launching a boat, or even fly fishing from a float tube, while taking in the serene beauty of the surrounding landscapes.

Additionally, Twin Bridges offers opportunities for spin fishing on the Beaverhead River and its tributaries. Whether casting spinners, spoons, or crankbaits from the riverbanks or drifting lures from a boat, spin fishing provides a fun and accessible way to target trout and other gamefish. With its diverse fishing options and stunning natural landscapes, Twin Bridges is a paradise for anglers looking to enjoy the thrill of fishing in the heart of Montana's wilderness.

What species are popular in Twin Bridges?

In Twin Bridges, Montana, anglers have the opportunity to engage in various types of fishing, each offering its own unique experience amidst the picturesque landscapes of the Beaverhead River and its surrounding waters. Fly fishing reigns supreme in Twin Bridges, particularly on the renowned Beaverhead River. With its clear, cold waters and abundant trout populations, the Beaverhead River provides an ideal habitat for fly fishing enthusiasts to test their skills against wild rainbow, brown, and cutthroat trout. Whether casting dry flies, nymphs, or streamers, fly fishing on the Beaverhead promises an immersive and challenging angling experience amidst stunning natural surroundings.

For those seeking a more relaxed approach to fishing, lake and reservoir fishing in Twin Bridges offers an excellent alternative. Nearby lakes and reservoirs such as Clark Canyon Reservoir and Lima Reservoir provide ample opportunities for anglers to target a variety of species, including trout, bass, and perch. Anglers can enjoy fishing from the shore, launching a boat, or even fly fishing from a float tube, while taking in the serene beauty of the surrounding landscapes.

Additionally, Twin Bridges offers opportunities for spin fishing on the Beaverhead River and its tributaries. Whether casting spinners, spoons, or crankbaits from the riverbanks or drifting lures from a boat, spin fishing provides a fun and accessible way to target trout and other gamefish. With its diverse fishing options and stunning natural landscapes, Twin Bridges is a paradise for anglers looking to enjoy the thrill of fishing in the heart of Montana's wilderness.

What are the best places to fish in Twin Bridges?

In Twin Bridges, Montana, anglers have access to some of the best fishing spots in the region, thanks to the town's prime location near the iconic Beaverhead River and its surrounding waters. One standout destination for fishing in Twin Bridges is the renowned Beaverhead River itself, known for its exceptional trout fisheries. This scenic river winds its way through the picturesque landscapes of the Beaverhead Valley, offering anglers abundant opportunities to catch wild rainbow, brown, and cutthroat trout amidst breathtaking natural surroundings.

Another must-visit location for fishing in Twin Bridges is nearby Clark Canyon Reservoir, a sprawling reservoir located just a short drive from town. Clark Canyon Reservoir provides excellent fishing opportunities for a variety of species, including trout, bass, and perch. Anglers can enjoy casting lines from the shore or launching a boat to explore the calm waters of this scenic reservoir, surrounded by the rugged beauty of Montana's wilderness.

Additionally, Twin Bridges serves as a gateway to other nearby fishing destinations, including the Big Hole River and the Ruby River. Whether you're exploring the meandering currents of the Big Hole River or casting lines in the remote stretches of the Ruby River, Twin Bridges offers a wealth of fishing opportunities for anglers of all persuasions. With its rich angling heritage and stunning natural landscapes, Twin Bridges promises unforgettable fishing experiences amidst some of the most picturesque settings in the American West.

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In Twin Bridges, Montana, anglers have access to some of the best fishing spots in the region, thanks to the town's prime location near the iconic Beaverhead River and its surrounding waters. One standout destination for fishing in Twin Bridges is the renowned Beaverhead River itself, known for its exceptional trout fisheries. This scenic river winds its way through the picturesque landscapes of the Beaverhead Valley, offering anglers abundant opportunities to catch wild rainbow, brown, and cutthroat trout amidst breathtaking natural surroundings.

Another must-visit location for fishing in Twin Bridges is nearby Clark Canyon Reservoir, a sprawling reservoir located just a short drive from town. Clark Canyon Reservoir provides excellent fishing opportunities for a variety of species, including trout, bass, and perch. Anglers can enjoy casting lines from the shore or launching a boat to explore the calm waters of this scenic reservoir, surrounded by the rugged beauty of Montana's wilderness.

Additionally, Twin Bridges serves as a gateway to other nearby fishing destinations, including the Big Hole River and the Ruby River. Whether you're exploring the meandering currents of the Big Hole River or casting lines in the remote stretches of the Ruby River, Twin Bridges offers a wealth of fishing opportunities for anglers of all persuasions. With its rich angling heritage and stunning natural landscapes, Twin Bridges promises unforgettable fishing experiences amidst some of the most picturesque settings in the American West.

Recent Reviews of Captain Experiences

  • ★★★★★
    Jordan is an absolute Master of his craft. His understanding of fish is unparralled. Honestly its like he is one. The yellowstone was blown out due to heavy rains so we audibled to a 17 mile float on the Lower Madison. We fished a new and totally unique set of techniques fishing indicators with crayfish pattern followed by a nymph. He told me exactly when to mend, when to let the flies drag a hair, and when to re adjust with a new cast to get the perfect action on the flies. I missed a lot of big eats and landed some beautiful (and fat) rainbows and browns! Back at the ramp no one had the succes we did. I learn so much from Jordan everytime im out there. Can’t reccomend booking a trip with him enough.

    David I. with Jordan G. of Emigrant, Montana

  • ★★★★★
    The trip was great, from beginning to end. Ian was very helpful on the phone booking the trip, especially since we only booked it the night before. Nate and his team were helpful, and Matt was particularly generous with his time. His enthusiasm for his job and for our trip were contagious. We had a beautiful day on the water and had some success with the fishing, but the trip would have been great even if they weren’t biting that day.

    Danny O. with Nate S. of Gallatin Gateway, Montana

  • ★★★★★
    Had a really great time fishing the Yellowstone, Upper Madison on drift boats. Caught nice browns and rainbows. Wades the Gallatin and caught nice fish on dry flies. Our guide was Matt and he was great to work with not to mention he’s a trained chef so the lunches were fantastic. Highly recommend these trips. The booking process was simple and effective thanks to Captain Experiences.

    Jay W. with Ennion W. of Gallatin Gateway, Montana

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