The Paradise Valley Spring Creeks
The Yellowstone River
Armstrong's/O'Hair's Spring Creek, DePuy's Spring Creek, Nelson's Spring Creek. We believe walk-wade fishing is by far the best way to become a better angler. The intimate atmosphere of standing in the water within casting range of a trout is perfectly suited to increase the learning curve.
The Madison River
Freestone Fickleness and Dry Fly Prospecting
If Montana had a Yankee Stadium, the Yellowstone River would be it. Not only is the Yellowstone a fairly large river - it is over 200 feet wide in most parts and its peak flow is over 15,000 CFS - it boasts the state's longest length of high-quality trout water-nearly 120 miles of prime fly fishing.
The Gallatin River
If ever a river defined a state, the Madison could do Montana justice. The sheer length of the Madison's fishable waters is over a hundred miles. The diversity of water on the Madison is an appropriate analogy to the massive abundance of trout water found in Montana...
Walk-Wade Numbers Game
Beginning as a trickle in Yellowstone Park, in some of the most beautiful high-country in Montana, the Gallatin tumbles down the west-side of Ramshorn Peak and flows for nearly 90 miles until it joins the Jefferson and the Madison to create the Missouri River near Three Forks.