Glacier National Park Fishing – Full Day

Full Day fly fishingGlacier National Park Fly Fishing – Full Day Trip Details

Difficulty: Easy

Dates: Late June through mid September, depending on guide availability. Our rivers become fishable around late June.

Trip Duration: 1 day

Price: $525 (for 1 to 2 people)
Other Price: Does not include 7% River User Fee or gratuity for guide. Delicious, largely locally sourced and organic lunch included.


Check Montana fly fishing off your bucket list with a Full Day Glacier National Park Trip. You’ll fish on either the Middle Fork or North Fork of the Flathead River, which form Glacier National Park’s southwestern border. These federally protected, Wild and Scenic waters support native Westslope Cutthroat, along with Rainbow and Brook trout. You’ll fly fish from a dory which can accommodate 2 people and your guide.

Guides are very knowledgeable. If you don’t have much experience they are happy to teach you. These trips last all day and include a delicious, largely locally sourced and organic lunch on the river. The North and Middle Forks of the Flathead River typically become fishable around the end of June and remain enjoyable into autumn. Bring your own gear or use your guide’s.

Montana Fishing License

All trips require the purchase of a Montana fishing license prior to your arrival at our office. We recommend printing one online — you can click HERE to access the Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks website. Most fly shops and sporting goods stores in Montana sell them as well.

Montana Outfitter Info

Glacier Guides Inc.
Randy Gayner, Licensed Outfitter (#23)
PO Box 330, West Glacier, MT 59936
406 387 5555

What Should I Bring?

Click here to see Glacier National Park Day Packing List – Fishing.

Glacier National Fly Fishing Meeting Notes

In late June through Labor Day, meet your guide at our office at 8:30 AM. In September, due to cooling temperatures, meet your guide at 10:30 AM. Click on directions for how to find us.

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