West Yellowstone is located in the heart one of what is arguably the greatest fly fishing region on earth. We enjoy easy access to famous and lesser known waters in three states (Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming) as well as throughout Yellowstone National Park. The diversity of waters around here is truly astounding, and finding good or great fishing any day between April and November is usually just a matter of knowing where to look. One lifetime is not enough to explore and learn all of the rivers, streams, spring creeks, lakes, and ponds within a two hour drive. Expand that driving range to three hours, and 10 lifetimes would probably not be enough!
This list of rivers is intended to give you a description of just some of the waters that we guide on and enjoy fishing ourselves. We welcome you to come and explore these and others either by yourself, with friends, or with one of our experienced guides.
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Headwaters of the Madison River
Confluence of the Gibbon and Firehole Rivers in Yellowstone National Park