Slough Creek Fly Fishing

Montana Outfitter #192, Yellowstone Stock Provider #YELL-105

Isaac and guide horse 'Hawk' heading home from a successful day of fishing on Slough Creek.

Isaac and guide horse 'Hawk' heading home from a successful day of fishing on Slough Creek

Yellowstone Park Day Fly-Fishing Trips

Our Yellowstone Park day fly-fishing trips, take place in the North end of the Park. The most popular trip that we offer is the Slough Creek Trip. "Dad" if you like to do some fly fishing and the rest of the family wants to do some horseback riding, this trip will satisfy everyone. We will take you to the best fly fishing spot around and if the rest of the group wants to do more horseback riding or just relax, they can. You can make the whole family happy.

It is 2 hrs. of horseback riding to the fly fishing spot and 2 hrs. of horseback riding back.

We leave at 8:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. from the trailhead, with a pack animal to carry the fly fishing gear. If everyone is on time you can take in about 4-1/2 hours of fly fishing. We leave 3rd meadow at 4:00 pm and arrive back at the trail head at 6:00 p.m.

Paradise Valley Mountain Lake Day Fishing Trips

Nice Fish

Nice Fish!

We offer Day Fishing to a High Mountain Lake. Thompson Lake. This is a great family trip, that can be enjoyed by all levels of fishermen. Spinner Rod or Fly-Fishing. It is an approx. 2hr ride to the lake, then an afternoon of fishing and exploring, and a 2hr ride out. We have you meet us at 9:30am and return around 4pm. You will need to purchase a Montana State Fishing License for this trip.

On day trips, wear some foot wear that you can walk in. Some walking may be required on some trips back down the mountain. This is for your safety and helps stretch your legs from horseback riding.

River Float Trips

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You will need a Yellowstone Park Fishing Permit. Purchase Permit here: nps.gov/yell/planyourvisit/fishingpermits.htm

Slough Creek - What more can we say!

Slough Creek - What more can we say!

You will also need a Montana Fishing License. Purchase License here: fwp.mt.gov/fishing/license

We offer the following Fly Fishing Trips:

  • Day Fly Fishing Trips To Wildnerness, Thompson Lake: $250.00 per person.
  • Fly Fishing Trips To Slough Creek 3rd Meadow: $250.00 per person.
  • Drop Camp Services Available IN-YNP: $250.00 per person riding each way + $125.00 per pack and guide animal.
  • Progressive Pack Trips: $475.00 per day per person.
    -Travelling to 3rd Meadow Slough Creek & various places in Yellowstone Park. 3-day minimum. 4-person minimum.

Items To Bring:

  • Fly-Fishing Gear.
  • Fishing License for Yellowstone National Park.
  • Your own lunch.
  • Any medications for allergies etc.
  • Water bottle full of water.
  • Self-purifying water bottle (optional if you have bottled water).
  • Rain pants (optional) and rain/waterproof coat.
  • Sunglasses.
  • Some sort of hat.
  • Warm coat.
  • Camera and binoculars (optional).
  • Shoes or boots suitable for WALKING.
  • Leave your cowboy boots at home.

Our Yellowstone Park horseback riding day trip to 3rd meadow on Slough Creek. Dad if you like to do some fly fishing and the rest of the family wants to do some horseback riding, this trip will satisfy everyone. We will take you to the best fly fishing spot around and if the rest of the group wants to do more horseback riding or just relax, they can. You can make the whole family happy. It is approximately  2 + hrs. of horseback riding to the fly fishing spot and 2+ hrs. of horseback riding back. We leave at 8:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. from the trailhead, with a pack animal to carry the fly fishing gear. If everyone is on time you can take in about  4-1/2 hours of fly fishing. We leave 3rd meadow at 4:00 pm and arrive back at the trailhead around 6:00 p.m. Bring your gear and your own lunch.


Client Comment:

Worth the look!

Worth the look!

Here are some pictures of our trip into  Slough Creek. To be honest with you, when we booked the trip it was all about fly fishing. By the time it was over l had totally changed my outlook. It was all about the ride! Thanks for being a pro and not a phony B.S.er. You just did your job and provided well trained animals. I can't wait till my boys are old enough to take the next trip with me. Here are some pictures of the city slickers you guided.

Thanks,

Bob Greiwe

P.S. the one shot is of the bear. Feed Ginger a little extra for me.