As anglers we are shaped by the waters we fish. Variety of experience combines with developing personal preference in determining how we grow as fly fishermen. No region of known angling opportunity exceeds Yellowstone country in its ability to provide diversity. The Henry's Fork alone offers more than fifty miles of varied water characteristics, and cannot be fully described strictly as a dry fly river. Numerous tributaries are available for exploration and discovery. Likewise there are trophy stillwaters that offer their own experience. Across the Continental Divide, less than an hour away flow the legendary waters of Montana and Yellowstone National Park. There is no better base from which to launch your angling adventures, and no more qualified outfitter than TroutHunter to make it happen.
TroutHunter is licensed to offer flyfishing trips in Idaho, Montana, and Yellowstone National Park. Our guide roster is comprised of some of the most respected anglers and instructors in the industry, averaging over a decade of experience guiding these waters. A full day guided trip consists of float or wade fishing for one or two anglers and includes a streamside lunch. Applying vast empirical knowledge of trout and their environs, your guide will ensure that each day finds you on a stretch of water that is best suited to your desires and level of experience. No one will work harder to put you on fish or instruct you in the finer points of the sport. Each trip will be remembered as a pleasurable day spent in good company, as well as an investment in angling skills. Catch the Difference.