Montana Fly Fishing Spring Special
Skwala Stoneflies and March Browns are sure to bring out some of the BIGGEST fish of the season.
Montana spring fly fishing starts early in Missoula! While the Skwala Stonefly gets a lot of press, and the Bitterroot River a lot of attention, spring fly fishing in Missoula has a lot more to offer. Hatches of Western March Browns, Blue Winged Olives and Nemoura Stoneflies can be found amongst the Skwalas, up and down Rock Creek and the Clark Fork River. When the dry fly action wanes, you can get down and deep with a big streamer, and find the big boys waking up hungry from their winter fast, especially on the Blackfoot River. As always, the nymph fishing is excellent, and the most consistent way to bring fish to net. The weather can be as exciting as the fishing, so come prepared for a Montana Spring! But no matter what the weather is above the surface, the trout are feeding below, and the Missoulian Angler is offering three great deals for experiencing the best pre-runoff fishing in Montana.
Come Experience Some Of The Best Montana Dry Fly Fishing Of The Year
Montana Fly Fishing Vacation Packages
3 Days Guided/ 4 Nights Lodging Starts at
$895/ per person
Take a long weekend or come mid-week! This 4 night package puts you on the river for 3 days with Missoula’s best fly fishing guides, floating our local rivers while honing in on Missoula’s best spring fly fishing. When you’re not on the water casting and catching, you’ll be staying in the heart of downtown Missoula Montana. Whether you’re looking for a 4-star meal or a classic dive bar, it’s within walking distance. Not sure when to come? Check out Missoula Events and coordinate your trip with some awesome live music. Or just tour the local distilleries, art galleries and breweries. We’re just letting you know you have post fishing options! Starting at $895.00 per person, this package is perfect for those who want to maximize their springtime fly fishing experience in Montana.
3 Days Guided/ 3 Days DIY/6 Nights Lodging Starts at
$1095/ per person
When it’s time to commit to spring fly fishing in Missoula, then this package is exactly what you’re looking for. You’ll be staying on Rock Creek at the Montana Rock Creek Cabin. Exceptionally well appointed, you’ll find the Cabin provides access to some of Missoula’s best spring wade fishing. When you’re not on foot, exploring the local wading accesses along Rock Creek, you’ll spend 3 days floating with the best fly fishing guides in Missoula Montana. After fishing, you can hunker down in your private cabin, enjoying your friends along with the scenery and wildlife, or zip into Missoula to let someone else do the cooking! If you’re looking to invest some of your sping time in Missoula, working it out and exploring on your own, as well as some time “roughing it” in the boat, this package gives you the best of both worlds. Starting a $1095 per person, this is a steal!
1 Day Guided Float Trips Starts at $225/ per person
If you find yourself in Missoula Montana in spring, or live here, this is the package for you. We’re offering a day on the river at a significantly lower rate than high summer, and as the locals know, spring fly fishing in Missoula can be some of the best of the season. Here’s a tip for the locals. When you see the weather turning your way, give us a call. Don’t tell anyone, but we’re not as busy in springtime as we are in the summer. So you can call Tuesday and float Thursday, no problem. You can book further in advance of course, but don’t let short notice slow you down! Same goes for those traveling. Our guides have all the tackle you’ll need, so if you find yourself with a little time on your hands, take advantage of our Spring rate, and get on the water.
Spring Special Discounted Rates For Bookings Between
March 1st – May 1st
ALL Gear provided, Shore Lunch, Shuttle Service, Instruction
Rates are based on double occupancy/2 anglers per boat. If your’re a single angler or want your own room, please call or email for rates
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