Friday, March 16, 2012

D&H fly fishing trips to Montana

Montana Fly Fishing Adventure
 September 15-20, 2012
September 21-27, 2012 

September 15-20, 2012     Upper Canyon Ranch
As guest of the ranch, we have the exclusive use of over two miles of the Ruby River and a private spring fed pond on the ranch. The thing that makes fishing on the private stretch of the Ruby so good is the lack of fishing pressure.  The fishing on the Ruby is all walk/wade and the wading is very easy due to the gravel bottom and rather low gradient.  There are drift boats at the ranch and you will have the opportunity to float some of the best rivers the West has to offer: the Madison, the Beaverhead and the Big Hole.  If you enjoy technical small streams, there are plenty of opportunities on the Ruby's headwaters and other small streams in the National Forest.  We determine where to fish day to day by where the fish are hitting and by what type of fishing you prefer. 
Four days of fishing and five nights: $2245. 

September 21-27, 2012 Big Hole Lodge
Craig Fellin, owner of the Big Hole Lodge since 1984, has been fishing Montana his whole life.The lodge is nestled in the mountains of the Beaverhead National Forest with the inviting Wise River practically at your doorstep. This is a small operation with a maximum capacity of 12 guests, emphasizing personalized service, warm hospitality and outstanding trout fishing.

The first day of fishing may begin with a full day float on the legendary Big Hole River, known for its beauty and world class wild trout fishing. The next day might find you floating the Beaverhead River, one of the finest tailwater fisheries in the country. Other days you might wade the upper Clark Fork, Rock Creek, Horse Prairie Creek, and Deep Creek or float the Bitterroot River. 

Five days of fishing and six nights: $3300. 

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Please take a look at the above slideshow and if you have any questions, contact Mark at 513-871-FISH or

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