The Bob Marshall has hundreds of miles of rivers and streams, but the South Fork of the Flathead River, one of Montana’s best kept secrets, is a fly fishing paradise with mile after mile of exciting, unforgettable water.
You can expect to catch between 20 to 40 Native West Slope Cutthroat a day, anywhere between 12 and 18 inches, with an occasional lunker over 20 inches.
The South Fork of the Flathead River is also one of the few areas in the lower 48 states that allows you to target and catch the Native Bull Trout. Bull Trout in excess of 28” can be caught and are often times considered a “bucket list” fish for many fly fishermen. Many of the drainages that empty into the South Fork of the Flathead River get very little pressure year after year and give our guests the opportunity to fish in a true wilderness setting.
Another option we have is to come stay in our base camp as many days as you please between August 21st and August 30th. You can either walk out of camp and fish the nearby stream and lake or we can travel by horseback for approx 7 miles to the South Fork of the Flathead. Click here to read more detail about our base camp.
July 1st - Sept 10th $450
per person per day
Minimum of a 4 day trip, Max of a 10 day trip
Minimum of a 4 person trip, Max of 8 person trip
See our Dates and Rates for all options and start booking your trip today!
Below is a suggestion list that may be helpful as you prepare for your trip. Please keep in mind as you are preparing for your trip that we need you to have all of your personal gear packed in one army sized duffel bag weighing no more than 50 pounds. Keep out a jacket and rain gear to be worn or tied to the back of your saddle.
Please remember to let us know of any fragile or breakable items, so proper precautions can be taken when we pack them.
A deposit of $500 will book the particular trip you want until January of the year the trip is to be conducted. At that time the remainder of the 50% deposit is required. Balance due upon arrival.
Deposits are nonrefundable. This space is held for you, and this means turning others away. Deposits are transferable if you have someone else to take your place. In the event of forest fires, USFS closures, or other natural disasters, any remaining deposits may be held for a future reservation within 2 years.