Bozeman Fly Fishing
Bozeman Fly Fishing is known as some of the best trout fishing in the world. Our Bozeman Montana Fly Fishing Guides are hard working, knowledgeable, friendly and passionate about what they do. With experience that only comes from spending hundreds of days each year on the rivers, streams and lakes of Southwest Montana, they have the ability to meet and exceed your fly fishing needs and expectations. Let our authentic Montana fly fishing guides, known as some of the best fishing guides in Montana, show you just why Bozeman, Montana remains the top location in the United States for trout fly fishing trips.
Montana Fly Fishing Guide Trip Planning
When planning your Montana Fly Fishing Trip, many questions can arise: Which Montana River should I fish? What is the best time of year to come? What gear should I bring? At The River's Edge, we are here to answer your questions. Simply pick up the phone or send us an email and Steve, Dan, or one of our expert staff members will be glad to assist you in your Montana fly fishing vacation planning. With so many great rivers to choose from, many times your best bet is to make your fly fishing plans based on what time of the year works best for you and leave the rest to us.
Please visit our Guide Trip Rates Page for our current guided trips rates and policies! The following is a list of what IS included in all of our guide trips:
- Rental Rods (If needed)
- Shuttles to and from the river
- Shore Lunch with non-alcoholic beverages
- Flies and terminal tackle needed for the day
NOT included on our guided fishing trips are:
- Valid Montana Fishing License (Can be purchased online or in the shop the moring of the trip)
- Personal items needed for the day
- Additional Rod Fees
- Rental Waders
We look forward to seeing you in Montana and experiencing a guided fishing trip with one of Bozeman's best and most experienced fishing guides.
The River's Edge Fly Shop and Outfitters
Steve Summerhill MT Lic #5270The River's Edge Outfitters is an equal opportunity provider and is sometimes operated under a Special Use Permit with the U.S. Forest Service, Gallatin National Forest.