1 van, 11 days, 4 of Montana's best rivers, countless memories
In 1974, Montana stopped stocking trout in streams and rivers that supported wild trout populations. That decision ultimately created one of the best wild trout fisheries in the world. Pair that with the 1984 Montana Stream Access Law, which grants public access to most of Montana’s fisheries, and you can understand why Montana is such a special place for anglers. It would take years to explore all the fantastic fishing Montana has to offer. With Bozeman as our hub, we will have access to some of the most iconic stretches of water like the Yellowstone, Madison, and Gallatin rivers and some lesser-known "secret" spots. For 11 days, we will road trip from river to river, chasing the best fishing conditions. During the day, the massive variety of water will provide us the flexibility to go where the fishing is best. At night we will set up camp feet from the river allowing us maximum time on the water. All with one goal, WILD TROUT! We will spend the final two days of the trip volunteering with a local conservation organization, followed by a half-day float on the Madison River. We will cap it all off with a banquet dinner before everyone departs from Bozeman the next morning.
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- What to Bring
We have put together a list of all that you will need for a successful and comfortable expedition. We offer a rental program for most of the big ticket items like fly rods, reels, sleeping bags, etc.. If you are already enrolled, you can rent gear by logging into your account at: https://lillard.campintouch.com/v2/login/login.aspx?ReturnUrl=%2f and navigating to Forms & Documents —> Rental Options.