Begin with pickup at your accommodations—meet a guide anywhere in Yellowstone National Park, Jackson, West Yellowstone, and Gardiner—then travel to a fishing spot that’s suited to the season and conditions. The rivers include iconic waterways like the Snake River, the Firehole River, Madison River, the Yellowstone River, and the Gibbon River, but the best fishing in Yellowstone goes beyond the most recognizable spots.
Bring your own equipment, or use the equipment provided, and get in the water after a safety and gear briefing session. This full-day tour is well suited to fishers of all experience levels, and beginning fly fishers can brush up their skills with a pre-river instruction session if desired.
Cast a line for Yellowstone Cutthroat, native Fine Spotted Snake River Cutthroat, Rainbow Trout, Brown Trout, and even Lake Trout from Yellowstone Lake. Throughout the day, guides will share their local knowledge about Yellowstone Rivers, wildlife, and natural history. Take a break for lunch, and spend some time spotting wildlife, then head back into the water: plan to spend between 6 and 8 hours on the water. At the end of your day, make the return trip to your Yellowstone area accommodations, where this tour concludes.