Blackfoot: Perhaps no river in Montana has more calendar-art
scenic beauty per mile. One can expect to catch rainbow, westslope
cutthroat, brook, brown, and bull trout.
And don't forget this was the real life setting for Norman Maclean's
book A River Runs Through It
Marias: This river was once mistaken by Lewis & Clark for
the Missouri. Though not well known, it has some wonderful fall
fishing for trophy browns.
Dearborn: This river offers beautiful canyon scenery combined
with a touch of white water. Rainbow, brown, and brook trout can
be taken on a variety of flies. The floating window is narrow
so call us for an up to date report.
Jefferson: As one of the tributaries to the Missouri, the " Jeff " is widely
overlooked. With it's meandering stretches and cottonwood groves
it can boast spectacular fall fishing. Big browns and rainbows
often come to net!
Flowing directly from a gap of the " East Slope of the Rockies,
" the Sun offers spectacular Rocky Mountainous terrain along with
the possibility of catching a brown of a life time. Rainbow and
brook trout can also be taken.
Lake/Pond: If it's trophy trout you are after Wolf Creek Outfitters
can also guide you on some private lakes and ponds along the "
East Slope of the Rockies."
Cell Phone: (406) 949-9000
Wolf Creek Outfitters
P.O. Box 222
Wolf Creek, Montana 59648