Fly Fish Montana and Idaho's Best Trout Waters!

First - and toughest - question you'll need to answer is "Montana or Idaho?" Then, the next toughest question is, "what river?" Thankfully, there are no wrong answers.

Of course, the smart thing to do would be to take a que from that old bull on the hill in that old joke and "mosey out here and fish 'em all!"

I started guiding in 1997. In 1998, I met the Hyde Driftboat boys, got my first Hyde, and started guiding in Idaho by 1999. While guiding in Idaho, I fished the Madison and Bitterroot Rivers in nearby Montana. By 2000, I was guiding in Montana as well. In 2009, after guiding the great rivers in southwest Montana for 9 years, I became a Montana Licensed Outfitter (No. 9960).

So,you can book your western fly fishing vacation directly through me. I am excited at the opportunity to handle all your Southwest Montana fly fishing needs on all the great Montana rivers that I guide -- the Big Hole, Beaverhead, and Madison.

Because we're also guiding the equally great rivers of Eastern Idaho -- Henry's Fork, South Fork, and the Teton; I can help you arrange the Western fly fishing trip you always dreamed about. Finally take the trip you've been dreaming about! Contact me with any questions.


Pick a River

Big Hole - Montana

The Last, Best river.

Beaverhead - Montana

Four words baby. Land of The Giants.

Madison - Montana

Fifty-plus miles of the best trout riffle known.

Henry's Fork - Idaho

Arguably, the best fly fishing river ever.

South Fork - Idaho

It's the perfect western drift boat river.

Teton - Idaho

The most awesome dry fly cutthroat river, period.