March and April around Bozeman can offer some amazing early season fly fishing opportunities on the Madison and Yellowstone rivers. Characterized by cool nights and mild days, the scenery often features snow-lines mountain vistas across our wide-open valley floors. Hatching insects include midges, mayflies, caddis, and even stoneflies too. Most days offer dry fly opportunities mid-day with morning efforts generally focused around nymphing or streamer fishing. This is an excellent time of year for anglers that would prefer to focus their efforts wading rather than floating as well. Join Fins & Feathers on a guided fly-fishing trip this spring and experience the less-crowded waters around Bozeman, Montana.
We have a spring special on our guided fly-fishing packages in Bozeman that include lodging at a couple of our preferred partners in town.
Call our Bozeman fly shop at 406-586-2188 or email us to learn more about the Montana fly fishing opportunities around Bozeman and to make a reservation. Be sure to mention the “Spring Promotion” when booking your trip!