Trouts N' At Outfitters

Type
Fishing
Overview
Trouts N' at Outfitters is based in southwest Montana. They offer trips on the Madison, Big Hole, Jeferson, Missouri, Ruby and Yellowstone rivers.
 
Fishing Trips
$
495
/ Boat
Capacity:
1 - 2 anglers
Days:
Daily
Duration:
1 day
Destination:
The Missouri River starts near Three Forks, Montana and offers beginning anglers and experienced fishermen alike the opportunity to hone their skills. Our guides will help you make ... morethe most of your time on the water and will provide the instruction you need or want based on your experience level.
$
495
/ Boat
Capacity:
1 - 2 anglers
Days:
Daily
Duration:
1 day
Destination:
Sign up for a day on the Big Hole River and you'll be paired with a guide who knows the tricks for successful fishing in Montana. The Big Hole is an excellent river to float and provides ... morean opportunity for anglers of all skill levels to reel in a nice catch.
$
495
/ Boat
Capacity:
1 - 2 anglers
Days:
Daily
Duration:
1 day
The Jefferson River offers some incredible Montana fishing. We provide guided fishing trips along the Jefferson River with knowledgeable guides that will tailor the experience to your ... moreskill and preferences.
$
495
/ Angler
Capacity:
1 - 2 anglers
Days:
Daily
Duration:
1 day
Fishing Waters:
Destination:
We offer guided wade fishing trips on the Ruby River in southwest Montana. The Ruby is a great river for more experienced anglers looking for solitude and elusive trout.
$
300
-
$
495
/ Boat
Capacity:
1 - 2 anglers
Days:
Daily
Duration:
5 hours - 1 day
Destination:
Join us for a fun day of fishing on one the Madison River, one of the top rated trout rivers in the US, and a legend in southwest Montana.
Guides
Matt grew up in Pittsburgh and after graduating from St. Michaels College in Vermont, moved to Dillon Montana. After a year on the Beaverhead River he found what he now calls home, ... moreEnnis Montana. He has been guiding the Madison River since 2004 as well as the areas surrounding rivers. This past year he also became a licesnsed outfitter on the Big Hole River.
Outfitter Blogs
Outfitter Blogs
You've had plans with your buddies for two weeks now, the weather is awesome, you’ve got a cooler full of beers, you remembered your license and you actually left as early as you ... morehad planned on, perfect!!! But, you show up to the boat ramp and realize EVERYBODY else had the same plan as you. Bummer.
Category:
Fly Fishing, Planning, Insider
Added Date:
Friday, 19 Aug, 2016
Featured:
No
Last week I was in Florida for ICAST, the world’s largest sport fishing trade show, checking out the latest innovations in fishing gear and accessories. I was surprised how large the ... morefishing industry as a whole seems to be compared with the niche of fly-fishing. There was a noticeable change in culture as I walked from the fly fishing area to the bass and saltwater sections.
Author:
Category:
Fly Fishing, Planning, Insider
Added Date:
Friday, 22 Jul, 2016
Featured:
No
It has been a long spring of heavy nymphs, strike indicators, and big streamers. For me the real fun begins with dry fly season. On the Madison and Big Hole, dry fly season kicks off ... morewith the Salmonfly hatch, then by mid-July the little bugs start, caddis, yellow sallies, and some mayflies. Along with the little bugs come the seldom seen but often fished Midnight stones.
Author:
Category:
Fly Fishing, Insider
Added Date:
Friday, 15 Jul, 2016
Featured:
No
We'd fished a stream for surprisingly good-sized cutthroat trout, and then headed home to reprovision - and run a little bluelining exercise on [name redacted]'s topo maps.
Author:
Category:
Fly Fishing, brook trout, cutthroat trout, fishing, Fishing Report, fly fishing for trout, fly fishing montana, Road Trip
Added Date:
Saturday, 12 Jul, 2008
Featured:
No
As someone who had his first bout with skin cancer at the age of 18, I'm uniquely qualified to write about the necessity of sun protection. Which largely begins with a hat. Over ... morethe years, I've mucked around with a lot of different warm-weather hats (including a brief flirtation with a French Foreign Legion desert hat that guaranteed a bare minimum of interaction with the opposite sex), and I've come to some surprising conclusions about the state of fly fishing headgear. Which is that it basically sucks.
Author:
Category:
boonie hat, fly fishing stuff, fly fishing's ultimate hat, military boonie hat, outdoor wear
Added Date:
Wednesday, 16 Jun, 2010
Featured:
No
The power's flickering on and off like a damn pinball game today, so you're reading a draft of what could have been another brilliant post.
Author:
Category:
Fly Fishing, felt sole ban, felt soled wading boot, fly fishing stuff, invasive species, News, rubber soled wading boot, wading boot, wading boot ban
Added Date:
Friday, 26 Feb, 2010
Featured:
No
Fly fishing in the winter isn't the Big Secret it once was, and frankly - given the quality of today's winter gear - it's also not the sufferfest it was as little as a ... moredecade ago.
Author:
Category:
Fly Fishing, fly fishing gear, fly fishing in winter, fly fishing stuff, gear review, patagonia insulator soft shell, patagonia micro-puff jacket, patagonia nano puff jacket, Review
Added Date:
Wednesday, 24 Feb, 2010
Featured:
No
The Madison River boasts a population of 2,000 to 3,000 fish per mile compared to the lower Jefferson that produces only 300 to 500 fish per mile. As a result, the Jeff is often overlooked ... more- which is just fine with me.
Author:
Category:
Fly Fishing, Perfect Fishing Days
Added Date:
Friday, 19 Feb, 2016
Featured:
No
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