- 2 on 1 fishing trips $450 a day.
- 1 on 1 are $400 a day.
- ½ day trips for 2 on 1 $395 a day.
- ½ day for single $375 a day.
- Evening float trips are $400 fishing from early evening till dark.
- Additional $100 rod fees for private waters and spring creeks.
We feel we offer the best guide service in the region and we have a long list of happy return clients who agree (we are happy to provide you with referrals). When you fish any of the Rivers and Creeks in Montana, you need a guide who knows the water, the area, and how to take care of a client. All of our premier guides are respected veterans of fly fishing and still love to catch fish as much as you! We go out of our way to match you with the right guide based on your preferences, skill level, and personality.
On the Rise trips guide trips are all inclusive, you need only provide a current Montana fishing license and your personal items. Many guests bring all of their own equipment, but if you need rods and reels or wading gear, it can be rented very affordably. All flies are provided by your guide. We provide a delicious streamside lunch, non alcoholic beverages and snacks for the entire day. We always do our best to serve you locally made food – fresh from one of our small-town restaurants.
You can’t go wrong fishing any of the Rivers in Montana – large or small. Each place we fish is defined by its own quality and experience. On the Rise Outfitters specializes the following rivers and creeks:
Yellowstone River - is the longest free flowing river, in the lower 48 states. Its waters eventually reach the Gulf of Mexico, and the first part of their journey runs through the country’s most dramatic geologic treasure – Yellowstone National Park. We spend nearly 100 days each year on this River and know it well.
Missouri River – is often called the “Ultimate Sportsmen’s Paradise” – a place where the average trout is 15-17 inches! The “MO” is a tail water river by definition but fishes and looks like the largest dry fly river you have seen. Fishermen are rarely disappointed when they make this their only Montana fishing destination.
Boulder River - begins in the Absaroka-Beartooth Mountains, and flows due north towards its confluence with the Yellowstone River in the town of Big Timber. The Boulder River provides great fishing, a stunning, changing scenic backdrop and exciting floating.
Stillwater River - is a tributary of the Yellowstone River, approximately 70 miles long. It rises in the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness south of the Beartooth Mountains in southern Park County, near the state line with Wyoming and the boundary of Yellowstone National Park. It gets much less traffic than many of the other Rivers and always provides a very authentic fly fishing experience.
Big Horn River - is nationally recognized as one of the premiere trout streams in the United States. Below the dam the flows through an open and isolated landscape – where you find only fishermen, trout, and the occasional tree.
Depuy, Nelsons and Armstrong Spring Creeks – these individual destinations are all part of the same naturally flowing spring fed creek system. They are world-class trout fisheries nestled between the breathtaking vistas of the Absaroka and Gallatin mountain ranges in beautiful Paradise Valley south of Livingston. Many of the pictures and scenes you picture of “Montana” were taken here. The Spring Creeks are classic in every sense - The insect hatches are predictable, plentiful and offer anglers unparalleled and private fly fishing experiences. Rods are limited each day on the creeks and there is a $75-$100 additional rod fee to fish these private waters.