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MHFA Bitterroot River Fly Fishing Trip

MHFA Bitterroot River Fly Fishing Trip

MHFA's home waters
MHFA Bitterroot River Fly Fishing Trip
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The Bitterroot River flows through some wonderful scenery and is noted for it's dry fly fishing. The Sapphire mountains rise to the east while the Bitterroot mountains are found to the west. The Bitterroot is a great fly fishing destination due to the stream diversity and prolific hatches. Cutthroat, brown, rainbow, and brook trout can all be caught by the fly angler. The best part of the season runs from mid March through October due to the weather.

*(2 people) = 2 anglers to one guide $395.00

*(1 person) = 1 angler to one guide $360.00

*Walk and wade (1 or 2 people) $360.00

*Half day float (1 or 2 people) $360.00

*The Sundowner: Just want to get on the water and hit the evening hatch? This is a no frill evening float designed to do just that. You furnish everything except the guide, boat and shuttle. The cost is $200.00 and you will fish from 5pm to dusk.

*The Moonlighter: This is a night fishing float for the more adventurous. The dates are limited and run in accordance with the full moon. The cost is $395.00 and you will fish from 5pm to 12am.

To reserve the best guides available for your trip, a 50% deposit is required before your booking date can be confirmed. The remaining balance is due upon arrival. Your deposit is non-refundable, as guides and reservations are committed to your trip far in advance.
Options Includes
Full Day Float (6 to 12 hours) Includes flies, snacks, lunch, and all non alcoholic beverages.
Half Day Float (Up to 6 hours) Includes flies, snacks, lunch and non alcoholic beverages.
Walk and Wade (5 to 8 hours) Includes flies, snacks, lunch and non alcoholic beverages.
Fly Fishing Montana Style!
Customer Reviews

Customer Reviews

Average rating from 1 reviews: 5.0
Bitterroot RiverThe Bitterroot River is one of my favorite rivers to fish. It's fast action fishing as you swivel left to right casting at the green pockets of water. Surface fishing at it's finest with my favorite fly fishing guide Jim Mitchell. Written by Cary Thayne on Thu 25 Feb 2010 7:13:59 AM GMT
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