Missouri River brown Trout Missouri River Brown Trout

A guided Fly-Fishing trip on Montana’s  “Blue Ribbon” Missouri River should be on every angler’s bucket list.Montana’s Missouri River is regarded as one of the best  brown and rainbow trout Tailwater Fisheries in North America.It’s home to a rich and varied insect life, great scenery and a wild trout population that is off the charts.The Fishing can be very technical therefore ‘experience counts” when hiring Missouri River Fly-Fishing Guides.With a combined 50 years of Guiding and Outfitting Experience  we have lots of that.

Scenery along the Missouri River Missouri River Montana Scenery[/caption]

 

 

Missouri River Brown Trout

The Rich and varied insect life coupled with the Missouri River’s Tailwater and spring creek like characteristics equate to dependable hatches ,strong growth rates and dependable but challenging Dry Fly fishing.Caddis and Mayflies are in abundance, while faster flowing stretches also are home to various Stoneflies Midge hatches in the Spring can also be intense.In the Summer into early Fall Terrestrial fishing can also be very rewarding, especially when large Missouri River Brown Trout crush your Hopper pattern.

 

guided fly-fishing trip on the missouri river in montana Missouri River Hook -Up

From the Holter Dam down to the town of Cascade, the River’s population of trout varies from 8000 combined brown and rainbow trout over 10 inches per mile in the upper stretch (Holter Dam to Craig) to 2500 per mile as the river reaches Cascade’s outskirts.The Missouri River Montana Fly-fishing experience is best noted for Spring Creek-style Dry Fly fishing,insane and technical nymphing action and awesome streamer fishing.

Missouri River fly-fishing scenery Floating the Missouri River -Missouri River Fly-Fishing Guides

 
Although the Missouri River fishes year round the timeframe we focus in on is from mid-May thru in to October. The rainbow trout spawn has finished, the fish are out of the winter water and feeding more aggressively and the hatches are strong, providing great dry fly opportunities.
Missouri river Montana Brown Trout caught on a guided fly-fishing trip Missouri River Brown Trout -Missouri River Fly-Fishing Guides
 
While other rivers can be high and dirty from run-off, due  The Missouri River never really does.The dams above The Tailwater act as a massive settling pond,although flows increase during run off  the Missouri River never blows out from dirty water which is a huge bonus for Fly-Fishers seeking a Missouri River Montana fly-fishing trip in June.
Missouri River Montana Rainbow Trout Missouri River Montana Rainbow Trout -Missouri River Fly-Fishing Guides
 

 

Missouri River Montana Fishing Guides and Outfitters.

Missouri River Fly-Fishing Outfitter Lindsey Channel with a hopper eating Missouri River Brown Trout

 Our Partner and recording Montana Outfitter is Lindsey Channel Montana Outfitter #7886 owner of Channel Outfitters.Lindsey has over 30 years of Guiding and Outfitting Experience,Lindsey has worked as a Missouri River Fishing Guide and Outfitter for 20 years and is a Montana native.Our Client’s enjoy Lindsay’s ability to think outside the box and consistently target Big Missouri River Brown Trout a rare talent that very few Missouri River Fishing Guides  possess.Lindsey is extremely patient and an excellent Fly-Fishing Instructor.
Fly -fishing Guide and Outfitter Dave Brown and A Missouri River Rainbow Trout

 

Dave Brown Montana Guide License #15117 has been Fly-fishing on Montana’s Missouri River since 1993.Dave has held a Montana Fishing Guide License for 10 Years doing most of his  Missouri River Montana Guided Fishing Trips during the months of May and June before heading north to run his Orvis Endorsed Guide Service on Alberta’s Bow River for the remainder of the fishing Season.Things have changed for Dave and he will now be spending equal time Guiding on Montana’s Missouri River and The Bow River.Why ? Dave loves the challenges these two rivers bring to the Fly-Fishing table namely big browns and rainbows.Dave loves to coach his Fly-Fishing clients the nuances of  streamer fishing and throughly  enjoys setting his Clients up for dry fly shots at Missouri River Trout.Like Lindsey, Dave has 30 Years of Outfitter and Guiding Experience.
 
Float the Missouri River in Montana on a guided fly-fishing trip Floating The Missouri River -Missouri River Fly-Fishing Guides
 
 

Missouri River Guided Fly-Fishing Rates

surface feeding trout on the missouri river Rise Form and P.M.D.’s

Our Missouri River Fly-Fishing Guide Rates include 

  • Flies
  • Boat Rods (if needed )
  • Leaders
  • Tippet
  • Non-Alcoholic Beverages
  • Deli Style Lunch
  • Transportation to and from the River
  •  Exclusions 
  • Montana Fishing Licenses
  • Gratuities
  • Lodging

$550 Per day per Boat  for 1 or 2 Anglers

 

 Missouri River Montana Trout rise form Rise -Missouri River Fly-Fishing Guides

Missouri River Montana Lodging

Lodging in and around Montana’s Missouri River varies from hotel and motel rooms to private rental homes.There are lots of options ensuring your Missouri River Fly-Fishing Experience is in line with your budget and comfort level. Contact Us for more details.

Missouri River Ranch

Located upstream of Craig Montana the Missouri River Ranch is an excellent choice for those seeking a western Fly-Fishing Lodge experience.Contact Us to Book it.

  • Missouri River Ranch

Bob’s Missouri River Fly-Fishing Retreat

Our Friend Bob has a stellar Log Cabin on the Missouri River that sleeps 6 People.See the slide show below.Contact Bob  via email dbkuntz10@gmail.com or  Text Bob @ 406-788-2282 For rates and details.

  • Outside of Cabin
Missouri River Montana Brown Trout and a dry fly Caddis Eater -Missouri River Fly-Fishing Guides

Missouri River Fly-Fishing Slide Show

  • Fly-Fishing Montana's Missouri River

Other Options

Anglers can easily spend several days Fly-Fishing the Missouri River, then exploring other rivers in Montana, Alberta and British Columbia including Alberta’s Bow River and British Columbia’s Elk River.

Missouri River Montana -Missouri River Fly-Fishing Guides Equipment List

  • 9ft 5 weight Fly Rod -Dry Flies and Nymphing
  • 9ft 6 or 7 WT Rod -Streamers and Nymph Fishing
  • Reels with WF floating  Fly Lines
  • Spare spool with a 10 ft sink tip for Streamer Rod
  • Breathable Waders
  • Rain Jacket
  • Fleece Jacket
  • Hat
  • Polarized Sunglasses
  • Wet Wading Gear (if fishing during the Summer )
  • Sun Hoodies and/or light weight fishing shirts
  • Montana Fishing License

Updates

For Current Conditions Click Here

A fly-fisherman on Montana's Missouri River holding two Brown Trout Double Brown Trout Trouble -Missouri River Montana
Orvis 2018
Orvis Endorsed FF Outfitter
Orvis Endorsed WS Outfitter
Orvis 2016 Endorsed WS Guide
Yellow Dog

Trip Insurance

Global Rescue

Like Us!

DBO Email News!

Get the latest fly fishing and wingshooting news from Dave Brown Outfitters! Make sure you confirm to be added.
Get Email Updates from DBO!
Be the first to hear about Fly-Fishing and Wingshooting from us!
We respect your privacy.