Fly fishing in Yellowstone National Park is an experience not to be missed! Enjoy the spectacular wildlife and scenery of America’s first national park while you cast big dries to eager native Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout.
Dates: Memorial Day weekend through November
Length of trip: 1 to Multiple Days
Location: Yellowstone National Park
Price: $700 for one or two anglers.
Description: The trip of a lifetime. We primarily fish the waters in the northeast corner of Yellowstone National Park – the Lamar River, Soda Butte Creek, and Slough Creek. These are some of the best cutthroat trout fisheries in the country. The scenic drive through the Paradise Valley and into Yellowstone National Park (about an hour and a half each direction from Sweetwater Fly Shop) is spectacular. You’ll pinch yourself as you fly fish among herds of wild bison. Make some memories!
Fishing Type: Dry, Nymph, and Streamer Fishing
Species: Yellowstone Cutthroat and Rainbow Trout
What’s Included: One day of guided fishing, transportation from the Sweetwater Fly Shop to the river, as well as lunch and non-alcoholic drinks, flies, and rod/reel and/or wader loan. Not included are fishing licenses, lodging, breakfast, dinner, Yellowstone National Park entry fees, or gratuities.
Dan Gigone is Montana Licensed Fishing Outfitter #27420.
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