Yellowstone Lake

Yellowstone Scenic/Fishing Tours

Fishing the pristine waters of Yellowstone National Park can be the experience of a lifetime. Our guides prefer the true backcountry fishing experience and our handcrafted fishing boats will take us to little known areas far from the more famous,and often crowded, rivers and streams. During early season May, June and sometimes July the Snake River is swollen with runoff and is typically unfishable. Luckily for you, our favorite Yellowstone waters are prime at this time.

All our fishing trips are tailored to match your skill level. Novice fishermen receive basic skills instruction in all phases of fly fishing including casting, line handling, reading water and fisherman's entomology. Experts will gain from our local knowledge of water conditions, timing, and hatches as well as our access to less pressured locations.

Call us (307 732-BOAT) or click on reservations so that we can provide more detailed information about this very special fishing experience.

Fishing in Yellowstone "Gallery"

Fishing in Yellowstone

Trip Times

Trip departure time will be arranged when you make your reservation and you will meet your guide at either the Lewis Lake or Yellowstone Lake boat dock, trip duration is 6 to 8 hours.

What To Bring

Stopping for Lunch
A valid Yellowstone National Park fishing license. Sunscreen, sunglasses, hat, sweater or jacket, waders or shoes that can get wet, camera, binoculars/spotting scope, bathing suit (optional). Sodas and any specialty/adult beverages that you may like.

What We Provide

Fishing tackle, lifejackets, raincoats, binoculars, field guide books, dry storage for cameras, a cooler with ice and cold beverages, and a delicious lakeside lunch.