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Pay a 40% deposit per item

LOCAL FULL-DAY: 
$675/BOAT

5-6 HOURS ON THE WATER

* 2 CLIENTS MAX PER BOAT

LOCAL FULL-DAY Missouri River  $800/BOAT

6+ HOURS ON THE WATER

* 2 CLIENTS MAX PER BOAT

LOCAL HALF-DAY 
$550/BOAT

3-4 HOURS ON THE WATER

* 2 CLIENTS MAX PER BOAT

You Must Purchase A Montana Fly Fishing License Prior To Your Trip

YOU WILL ONLY BE CHARGED A 40% DEPOSIT TO BOOK YOUR TRIP.

THE REMAINING TRIP BALANCE IS DUE No Later Than 24 HOURS PRIOR TO YOUR FIRST DAY OF FISHING.

CLEAR CREEK OUTFITTERS WILL SEND YOU AN INVOICE AND PAYMENT OPTIONS FOR YOUR REMAINING TRIP BALANCE.

Your Remaining Trip Balance Can Be Charged By Credit Card The Day Of Your Trip,
Or By Invoice The Night Before Your Trip. Gratuity Paid Separately.

• The 30-day cancellation policy applies to all trips.

• Deposit Return is subject to a 5% fee.

• The price does not include the recommended guide gratuity of 20%.

BITTERROOT RIVER FLY FISHING
BLACKFOOT RIVER FLY FISHING
CLARK FORK RIVER FLY FISHING
MISSOURI RIVER FLY FISHING

Montana Fly Fishing Rivers

With Clear Creek Outfitters you can be assured that we will do everything we can to give you a great time on the river! Our passion is fly fishing and our goal as a Montana fly fishing guide service is to provide exceptional customer service and share our knowledge and skill with you. From teaching beginner fly fishers casting lessons to helping the advanced fly fishing angler improve more technical aspects such as double nymph rigs or different streamer techniques, we will give you a great Montana fly fishing adventure!

LOCAL FULL-DAY Guided Fly Fishing Trips

Full day guide trips for 1-2 anglers include:

• Fly rods & Reel rentals, if needed
• Flies for the day
• Leaders
• Full lunch
• Non-alcoholic beverages
• Transportation to and from the river
 
Available on these rivers: Blackfoot River, Bitterroot River, Clark Fork River, Missouri River
 
Full-day guided trips are approximately 5-6 hours on the water.
 
Depending on the time of the year and when the fishing is best, we will meet around 8:30am and end the day around 4:00pm.
 
Some outfitters may stay close to town, but our fly fishing guides will go where the fly fishing is the best.
 
Any given day we could have a half-hour drive to an hour and a half through either the Blackfoot or Bitterroot Valley or down through the Clark Fork Canyon.
 
Our strong ethics on catch and release ensures a future for Montana fly fishing experiences from generation to generation for a lifetime of memories.
Half-Day Guided Fly Fishing Trips

Half day guide trips for 1-2 anglers include:

• Fly rod & reel rentals, if needed
• Flies for the day
• Leaders
• Snacks
• Non-alcoholic beverages
• Transportation to and from the river

Available on these rivers: Bitterroot River, Blackfoot River, Clark Fork River.
 
Due to inadequate travel time, we cannot offer half-day trips on the Missouri River.
 
Half-day guided trips are approximately 3-4 hours on the water.

When scheduling, we will arrange the meeting place and time depending on the river, weather, and to best meet your schedule.

LOCAL FULL-DAY Guided Fly Fishing Trip
The Missouri River

The Same As Our Full Day Local Fly Fishing Trip with the following:

Missouri River Full-day guided trips are approximately 6+ hours on the water.
 
Depending on the time of the year and when the fishing is best, we will meet around 8:30am and end the day around 4:00pm.
 
Any given day we could have a hour and a half  drive (1.5 hours) to a two and an half hour (2.5 hours) drive to the Missouri River.

BITTERROOT RIVER

the Bitterroot can best be described as a winding river of which the banks are comprised of sand and gravel. Because of this the Bitterroot River constantly changes appearance from one year to the next. Certain channels may completely close up while new ones are formed during the subsiding of the run-off. The Bitterroot winds its way through the Bitterroot Valley with the Sapphire Mountains to the east and the Bitterroot Range to the west. The river continues to grow gathering volume from several dozen feeder streams before it reaches the Clark Fork River.

BLACKFOOT RIVER

The Blackfoot River was made famous back in the early 90’s with the movie, “A River Runs Through It.” The Blackfoot River can best be described as a river that winds through a conifer lined canyon, with crystal clear water. A good bit of the river is strewn with big boulders and cliff walls. The Blackfoot River canyons were formed by the glacial lake floods that occurred at the end of the last ice age.

Many consider the Blackfoot River one of the most scenic rivers in Montana. The Blackfoot River originates 10 miles to the northeast of Lincoln, Montana. Its flows come from snowpack and springs near Rodgers Pass. Its total length is 75 miles at the point where it feeds into the Clark Fork River east of Missoula.

CLARK FORK RIVER

For raw beauty alone, the Blackfoot River would be a hard river to beat, no matter where you traveled in the world. A good portion of this river has no bank-side development as it winds along through large sections of Forest Service and publicly owned lands. Because of the cooler temperatures along the Blackfoot, we are able to fish this stream when all other local rivers have gotten too warm. We typically begin fishing this river in mid to late June. Even with a little color to the river, we are still able to locate some of the biggest fish of the year.

MISSOURI RIVER FLY FISHING

The “Mighty Mo” provides some fantastic fishing – and often times the best fishing is when our other rivers are running to fast and high.  In several of our “hot spots” of the Missouri River, it is hard to even catch a trout under 18 inches!  Clear Creek Outfitters can give you a real  experience with our Missouri River Fly Fishing Guided Trips.

The Missouri River is an important river to us for several reasons. For one, it adds variety to what we are able to offer for Montana Fly fishing. More importantly, we’re able to use this tail-water fishery when our local streams are blown out due to the melting snow-pack. Another reason to take the opportunity to travel over to the Missouri River is not only the scenic drive, but the opportunity to catch larger fish on average. The numbers on the upper stretch approach 16,000 fish per mile. This is one of the largest rivers in Montana and also has some of the highest fishing pressure. So, if the size of the fish is more important to you than solitude and a more intimate river, then the Missouri River would be a great option.

BITTERROOT RIVER

the Bitterroot can best be described as a winding river of which the banks are comprised of sand and gravel. Because of this the Bitterroot River constantly changes appearance from one year to the next. Certain channels may completely close up while new ones are formed during the subsiding of the run-off. The Bitterroot winds its way through the Bitterroot Valley with the Sapphire Mountains to the east and the Bitterroot Range to the west. The river continues to grow gathering volume from several dozen feeder streams before it reaches the Clark Fork River.

BLACKFOOT RIVER

The Blackfoot River was made famous back in the early 90’s with the movie, “A River Runs Through It.” The Blackfoot River can best be described as a river that winds through a conifer lined canyon, with crystal clear water. A good bit of the river is strewn with big boulders and cliff walls. The Blackfoot River canyons were formed by the glacial lake floods that occurred at the end of the last ice age.

Many consider the Blackfoot River one of the most scenic rivers in Montana. The Blackfoot River originates 10 miles to the northeast of Lincoln, Montana. Its flows come from snowpack and springs near Rodgers Pass. Its total length is 75 miles at the point where it feeds into the Clark Fork River east of Missoula.

CLARK FORK RIVER

For raw beauty alone, the Blackfoot River would be a hard river to beat, no matter where you traveled in the world. A good portion of this river has no bank-side development as it winds along through large sections of Forest Service and publicly owned lands. Because of the cooler temperatures along the Blackfoot, we are able to fish this stream when all other local rivers have gotten too warm. We typically begin fishing this river in mid to late June. Even with a little color to the river, we are still able to locate some of the biggest fish of the year.

MISSOURI RIVER FLY FISHING

The “Mighty Mo” provides some fantastic fishing – and often times the best fishing is when our other rivers are running to fast and high.  In several of our “hot spots” of the Missouri River, it is hard to even catch a trout under 18 inches!  Clear Creek Outfitters can give you a real  experience with our Missouri River Fly Fishing Guided Trips.

The Missouri River is an important river to us for several reasons. For one, it adds variety to what we are able to offer for Montana Fly fishing. More importantly, we’re able to use this tail-water fishery when our local streams are blown out due to the melting snow-pack. Another reason to take the opportunity to travel over to the Missouri River is not only the scenic drive, but the opportunity to catch larger fish on average. The numbers on the upper stretch approach 16,000 fish per mile. This is one of the largest rivers in Montana and also has some of the highest fishing pressure. So, if the size of the fish is more important to you than solitude and a more intimate river, then the Missouri River would be a great option.