|Rivers 2013 Montana Trip
August TBD $2195 1 Float Trip Included
Montana - Big Sky Country
Listen as the wind blows from across the Great Divide, and step back in time about 200 years with John Colter, a private on leave from the Lewis and Clark expedition, as he first describes the area in 1807 as having an almost supernatural aura and extraordinary beauty. To many, it stills retains that aura and beauty after leaving the roads and other signs of man behind you as you hike or fish your way along the rivers.
The River House - Livingston, MT
This adventure is based at The River House on the Yellowstone in Livingston, MT. Situated on 15 acres with private river frontage on the Yellowstone, and surrounded by the beauty of Paradise Valley, we are excited about this new headquarters for our Montana trips. After your day's fishing, relax on the patio with friends or watch movie in the living room area complete with a flat screen and satellite tv.
The Gallatin River flows out of nearby Yellowstone Park and through the incredibly wild and beautiful Gallatin River Canyon. The Gallatin is a blue ribbon wild trout river that is both scenic and productive. Rainbows are the predominant trout species. They range in size from 5 to 20 inches. Brown trout range up to 5 pounds.
The Madison River is predominately Brown and Rainbow Trout fishery. It is a majestic river that begins in Yellowstone Park and flows through breathtaking scenery until it meets with it's sister rivers to form the Missouri River. Big game animals such as bear, deer, elk and moose are often visible to the angler during the duration of our trip.
The Yellowstone River holds Brown, Rainbow, and Cutthroat Trout. It originates from Yellowstone Lake in the Park and flows northward through the scenic valley. It is the favorite of anglers to float during August. Trout are plentiful and there's always a good chance of hooking a large fish while fishing grasshopper patterns.