COVID-19 Plan Update
Bozeman Fly Shop COVID-19 Operation Plan
Our General Operation Plan As Of March 29, 2020
We provide hand sanitizer throughout the store and ask everyone to use it often while browsing around the shop. Masks are mandatory in Gallatin County while inside public spaces for everyone over 5 years of age (we have masks available if you forget yours). Our commitment is to provide the highest level of customer service in a safe and stress-free environment during these most uncertain of time.
Closing our doors and laying off our staff in late March 2020 was the most difficult time for our business in the 20 years that we have been around. As we navigate through the "new normal", we ask that you "hang in there" with us through the "weird" things like wearing masks, limiting store capacity, and periodic suspending of in-store license sales. In the meantime, rest assured that our Bozeman fly shop is the most well stocked in the area and that we will provide you with the best customer service of any fly shop in the Gallatin Valley.
Curbside pickup is available for call-in and online orders - please utilize this service whenever possible.
- We are open to walk-in traffic with some limitations.
- Store capacity is limited to 10 customers at a time.
- Please use hand sanitizer upon entry into the store as well as when leaving.
- Guided services are available and we are accepting reservations for the 2021 season
- A face covering is required for both the staff and customers of Fins & Feathers when in the shop.
- We do not have a public restroom at this time.
- Rental Gear is currently available by reserving online
- Equipment services such as adding backing to reels is available with advance notice as a drop-off service - next day turnaround.
- Private shopping is available call us at 406-586-2188 to make a reservation
- Purchase Montana Licenses easily online at FWP
We know that these changes are inconvenient, but we feel like these steps are essential to protecting our staff, our community, and our customers at this time while COVID-19 cases are steadily increasing in Montana.