Fish on Western Montana’s Finest Rivers

Guided fishing trips, for any skill level, on Montana’s scenic rivers. We also offer fly fishing for beginners!

Missoula fly fishing rivers are a unique destination in the Rocky Mountain West. There are four distinct Missoula Fly Fishing Rivers- the Big Blackfoot River, the Bitterroot River, the Clark Fork River and Rock Creek. Each Missoula river has its own character, each river has distinct features, allowing a travelling fly fisher to cast to a pod of rising trout in slick water one day, and then work deep, rocky runs with a nymph or streamer the next. With 300 miles of floatable water within an hours drive of Missoula, the traveling angler will find everything from small mountain streams to the big water on the Clark Fork. The Missoulian Angler outfits on Missoula’s best fly fishing rivers, with Missoula’s best guides knowledgeable about each rivers characteristics and attributes along their length. For the DIY fly fisher, our web site is chock full of information that will open Missoula’s fly fishing rivers secrets for local and traveling fly fishers. When it comes to fly fishing, Missoula’s rivers truly have everything an angler could wish for.

Missoula Fly Fishing Rivers

Bitterroot

Meandering – Gravel Bars – Islands

Blackfoot

Deep Pools – Boulder Gardens

Clark Fork

Big – Slow – Flat Water

Rock Creek

Blue Ribbon River

Missouri

Tailwater Aquarium