Yellowstone National Park
Fishing in one of the wildest locations in the lower 48 states, alongside some of North America's most iconic animal species, is special and will create lifelong memories. Every fly fisher owes it to themselves to fish Yellowstone at least once.
The Yellowstone National Park (YNP) fishing season begins the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend and runs until the first Sunday in November, though some Park waters open later. You need a YNP fishing license to fish Park waters--Montana, Wyoming, and Idaho licenses are not valid.
No watercraft are permitted on the waters where Weamer Fly Fishing LLC typically guides--the Lamar and Gardner Rivers, and Slough and Soda Butte Creeks--so we wade-fish on our guided trips.
Our guide fee is $600 for one or two anglers. A third angler may be added for an additional $100. All terminal tackle--flies, leaders, tippets, etc.--is included. Lunch and alcoholic beverages are not included. But individualized snacks and sodas/water will be provided. Rods and reels can also be included, free of charge, upon request. Clients are required to pay their own YNP entrance fee per park regulations.
All of our trips are strict catch and release fly fishing, unless otherwise dictated by regulations. There are some places where rainbow trout must be harvested by law to protect native cutthroat trout. A typical day lasts approximately 9 hours, including fishing time and travel from Paradise Valley, MT. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to book your trip.