One of the most famous tailwater fisheries in the world, the Big Horn River was plagued by a series of drought years that had drastically reduced the overall number of fish in the river. That has changed recently as water flows have improved the last couple of years, the fishing is back, and the Big Horn again is a great choice for the angler looking for a trip outside of the Bozeman area. Located about four hours southeast of Bozeman, the Big Horn sits at the foot of the Big Horn Mountains in the rolling plains of Eastern Montana. Be forewarned, the Bighorn is not for those seeking peace and solitude. Crowded conditions exist from March through October, but great fishing can be had even on the busiest days. We prefer to fish the Big Horn during the spring when the fishing is at its best, and there is a chance of sharing the river with fewer anglers. Our Big Horn river trips are a 3-day minimum and priced to reflect the guiding fee and the guide's lodging.
Big Horn River Guide Trip Rates
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