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Channel Outfitters Flyfishing Montana | Bigfork, MT

Channel Outfitters | By channeloutfittr
136 Saddle Loop, Bigfork, MT 59911
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How Much

Free

Who

All ages

When

Check the description for time information.

Contact Info

406.261.2772 Visit Website

Description

Flyfishing Montana with Channel Outfitters

Channel Outfitters provides professional fly fishing guide services on the most productive and scenic rivers in Montana. We enjoy flyfishing the Bitteroot, Clarkfork, Flathead and the Missouri Rivers offering a large range of waters whether you?re a beginning flyfisher or are a seasoned expert.

Our dedicated group of fly fishing guides are seasoned guides with many years on the water, ensuring you a great day of fishing and hospitality. Whether fly fishing for the elusive 20? brown trout or hunting for a trophy muley, Channel Outfitters gets it done.

 

Our Rivers

The Missouri River is simply the best river we fish. The mighty Missouri?s reputation speaks for itself with consistant hatches, rich productivity and thousands of big fish per mile. Once you fish the world class Missouri you will be addicted to her charm.  The Missouri River is always exciting and fishes well March through November.

The Bitterroot River is a great free-stone river with many side channels full of rainbows, cutthroats and brown trout. The river flows throught the Bitterroot Valley with mountain views to the east and west and many big fish between. The Bitteroot is a very productive river with many hatches. It fishes well in the spring with Green Drakes and Skwalla Stoneflies.

The Clark Fork provides the avid fly fisher excellent opportunities for big rainbow, cutthroat. Don?t be fooled by the seemingly slow and meandering flows, these fish are super strong and fight hard in this ?big water. The Clarkfork offers productive surface and sub-surface fishing, with great dry fly action throughout the summer, including caddis, various mayflies and stoneflies.

The Flathead River is a glacial river consisting of three branches; the North, South, and Middle Forks, combining to form the Main Flathead River. Although the system is not as famous as other Western Montana Rivers it provides good dry fly oppertunities for begginer anglers. A very senic river with Westslope Cutthroat fishing close to Glacier National Park.