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  • Continental Breakfast
  • Fisherman's lunch
  • Two Nights Stay in Comfortable Lodge
  • Full Day Float Trip on the Madison River
Come to the Madison River Valley for some spring fishing on the Madison River before run-off begins mid-May. Fly fishing the warmer days of spring can be very productive on the Madison ... moreRiver in Montana. Fish streamers, nymphs and baetis dries. The fishing pressure is minimal in springtime near Ennis and Cameron, Montana. Spend a day with a fly fishing guide from Riverborn Outfitters and the Rainbow Valley Lodge, and fish for huge rainbows and big brown trout in March and April.

As of 2016, there is no closed season for the Madison River. This is your opportunity to fish for hungry rainbows and browns which are coming off a long winter. And we have special prices! Two Nights Spring Fishing Package is based on Double Occupancy.
  • 3 Nights Lodging at the Rainbow Valley Lodge
  • 2 days guided fishing. One boat and up to two anglers
  • Fisherman's Lunch
  • Continental Breakfast
Join us for three nights and two days of fishing on the famous Madison River in Ennis, Montana. Fly fish the Madison River for huge browns and rainbows. Spend three nights in a double ... moreroom at the Rainbow Valley Lodge in Ennis, Montana. While there, enjoy a free continental breakfast daily. Meet your guide from Riverborn Outfitters at the O’Dell Creek Fly Shop located in the lodge and then off to the river!

Spend the day fishing for huge rainbows and big browns on the famous Madison River, a Blue Ribbon Trout Stream. With more than 3000 fish per mile, the Madison River offers challenging and fun fishing for novice to seasoned angler.
  • All fees are included: $4/day Recreation Enhancement Act Fee, and 3% of the company's adjusted gross revenues are for a land use fee for operating commercially on National Forest Lands
  • Round Trip transportation: Air and ground transportation provided from and to Stanley ID, except when low water requires a flight into the wilderness from Stanley
  • Fresh and Gourmet Food: We fly fresh food into the wilderness so that we can have fresh produce, bread, and cookies until the last day of the trip
  • Luxurious Camping Accommodations
  • Professional Guiding and Full Service on and off the river
  • All necessary gear, including: sleeping bag, deluxe wilderness mattress, life jacket, roomy four person tent for every two people, camp chairs, dining table, complimentary water resistant duffel for you personal gear (yours to keep), waterproof container for your day use items, eating utensils, drink cup, water bottle, plenty of ice, wine with dinner, and an ample supply of cold beverages.
  • Premium Orvis fly fishing gear: rod, reel, and our go-to flies. If you have favorite rods and reels, please bring them along with hard cases.
September can be one of the most invigorating times to fish the Middle Fork of the Salmon River. As summer closes, the clear waters begin cooling down, the heat subsides, and the river ... moreis emptied of floating traffic. And as the temperature cools, the water gets lower and slower – ideal fishing conditions.

As the water cools, the wild cutthroat follow their native instincts to start packing on weight for the difficult winter looming ahead. September is their last chance to gorge themselves on large terrestrials and tasty surface hatches before the winter doldrums of midge subsistence sets in.

Our September fishing trips are smaller and more personable than our Summer trips. As the days start to get shorter and we have the whole Wilderness nearly to ourselves, these trips take on a nostolgic and sportsman/sportswoman's vibe.

This is a special time for both guides and guests on the Middle Fork; our guides are excited to row you through the best Cutthroat fly fishing waters in the West. You will find them to be both knowledgeable leaders and wonderful companions, whether they’re sharing an exotic presentation technique, helping to improve an angler’s casting skills, cooking up one of our favorite dishes, or telling lively stories around the campfire.
For over 100 miles the Middle Fork of the Salmon River transforms from “creek fishing on steroids,” to deep pool-and-drop canyon sections. Hundreds of bedrock formations offer fun ... morecasting opportunities, including the remarkable Underwater Canyon, Gin Pool, and Aparajo Canyon.

Our Salmon River Fishing Guides will place you in front of unique granite walls, behind mid-river rocks and seam lines, and swarming back eddies. Between the changing Idaho Salmon River and the pristine tributaries that enlarge throughout your wilderness rafting adventure, you will fish the largest variety of stimulating fly water in one float than anywhere else in the West.

Solitude River Trips combines modern gourmet amenities with traditional western back-country cooking methods. We use Dutch Ovens and open-flame grills as the charming foundation of our hearty and healthy cuisine. Our guides pride themselves on their versatility and mastery of gourmet luxuries in the middle of the most remote place in the contiguous United States

When you arrive the tents, dining table, kitchen, shower, powder room, and fire pan will all be set up. Your cots, mattresses, sleeping bags, pillows, and duffel bag will be waiting patiently by the tents. Beverages will be waiting on ice and hors d’oeuvres are moments away.

It is important to us that each of our guests is as comfortable as possible in a place where we can have no generators, electricity, (or cell service!). Even without these concurrent conveniences, we can be happy glampers on a 6 day adventure that feels like we are entering a different time.
  • Accommodations at the luxury Silver Bow Club located on the Big Hole River
  • Full Day float/wade trips with expert guides
  • Lunch, beverages, and snacks for your fishing trips
  • Flies, tippet, and tackle
Join us for lodging and fly fishing on the Big Hole River in Montana. This luxury vacation rental is complete with all the finest amenities and furnishings. Silver Bow Club offers ... morefly fishing vacation packages that include fishing trips on the Big Hole River and 5-Star accommodations. The Silver Bow Club is a unique opportunity to stay in Montana at one of the top luxury lodges while fishing!

Packages include accommodations, meals, and guides. All package prices are based on double occupancy and a shared guide. A 7% Montana lodging tax has been added.

3 night packages include 2 days of guided fishing.

4 night packages include 3 days of guided fishing.

5 night packages include 4 days of guided fishing.

6 night packages include 5 days of guided fishing.

Note: Pricing requires double occupancy

Fishing the Big Hole River
The Big Hole River, often referred to as the ‘Last Best River‘, begins at Skinner Lake, high in the Beaverhead Mountains of Southwest Montana. This free flowing, Blue Ribbon Trout Stream is home to fluvial Arctic Grayling, Cutthroats, Brook Trout, Mountain Whitefish, Brown Trout and Rainbow Trout. Wild and free, the Big Hole River rises near the small town of Jackson, Montana and flows more than 150 miles to join the Ruby and the Beaverhead River to form the Jefferson River in Twin Bridges, Montana. From our location, its easy to sample some of the best Montana fishing.

River at the Silver Bow Club
The Silver Bow Club boasts 3.5 miles of riverfront on the Big Hole River in the Canyon Stretch. Located approximately 50 river miles from the confluence of the Jefferson, the Silver Bow Club sits on the best stretch of river in terms of fish size and population. Our guests are encouraged to access the river by crossing the hay meadows and access the numerous pools, riffles and runs. Only during spring run-off is the river too high to wade comfortably. For those who prefer to float, the Big Hole River offers numerous boat launches. Just upstream from the Silver Bow Club is the Divide Bridge access. Here you’ll find an easy boat launch and picnic area. Downstream, is the Maiden Rock Fishing Access. Float the beautiful canyon for some of the best fly fishing the Big Hole River has to offer.
  • Includes 4 nights at the beautiful and historic Thextondale home located on the banks of the Madison
  • 2 days guided fishing with lunch, drinks, and flies
  • 1 day of DIY (“do it yourself”) fishing on your own onsite or nearby
Historic Thextondale on the Madison Montana Trout Stalkers and the Alton Ranch in Ennis, Montana have teamed up to offer this exclusive fly fishing vacation package on the magnificent ... moreMadison River. The location, accommodations and fly fishing opportunities are all extraordinary and combine to make this a very unique and special offering. For the fly fisherman, Thextondale offers an exceedingly rare opportunity to experience both solitude and intimacy on some of the most sought after fly fishing waters of the Madison Valley. Guests on the property have exclusive access to nearly a mile of pristine wild trout habitat on a channel of the Madison that braids within the lower waters of Blaine Spring Creek as it meanders through the ranch.
  • Accommodations at the luxury NorthShore of the Madison Lodge located near Ennis
  • Full day float/wade trips with expert guides
  • Meals
NorthShore of the Madison The Madison Valley is a 360 degree postcard year round with some of the most picturesqe views on earth. A cup of coffee during sunrise or a glass of wine ... moreat sunset are unforgettable here. You can count on the NorthShore of the Madison Lodge delivering the best possible view this valley has to offer. This luxury vacation rental near Ennis is complete with all the finest furnishings and amenities. Trout Stalkers offers all-inclusive fly fishing vacation packages that include fishing trips on the Madison River and 5-Star meals from the area's top chefs. The NorthShore of the Madison is one of a kind!

Packages include accommodations, meals, and guides. All package prices are based on double occupancy and a shared guide. The additional single supplement charge is to cover the expense of an additional guide boat for each fishing day. A 7% Montana lodging tax hasbeen added.

3 day packages include 2 days of guided fishing. 

4 day packages include 3 days of guided fishing.

5 day packages include 4 days of guided fishing.

6 day packages include 5 days of guided fishing.
The Wind River Mountains have the largest Golden Trout in the world. Catching golden trout is the pinacle in wild trout fishing, and for good reason. Pound for pound they fight better ... morethan any other trout. Secondly, they are the most beautiful trout imaginable. Pictures don’t do them justice. Lastly, they only reside in very remote high mountain pristine lakes. We’ll help you get this elusive fish checked off your bucket list.

TFC is the exclusive guide service for Chamley Outfitting LLC, the finest outfitter in Wyoming. Chamley Outtfitting LLC., has the greatest stock which have been trained to navigate the very rough terrain of the Windy’s. Each animal has been riden by their staff for 2 years or more before a guest ever will. They ensure each animal is very well behaved.

Trips are flexible and we now booking for 2016. Trips are all inclusive except Wyoming license. We eat well, and this trip is a trip of a lifetime!

All food/tents/gear/supplies etc., are packed in by horse. Base camp is a 4-5 hour ride located right between 2 beautiful lakes full of trout! A camp cook prepares all the food for a trip you will never forget!
Fishing Waters:
  • 4 nights lodging
  • Guided fly fishing day on the Ruby River
  • Guided fly fishing on the Madison River.
  • Guided fly fishing on the Beaverhead River.
  • Three home cooked meals per day
Our 3 day and 4 night fly fishing packages include comfortable accommodations at our Alder, Montana fishing lodge, three home-cooked meals each day, and all ranch activities. They ... morealso include private access to the Ruby River on day 1, the Madison river on day 2, and the Beaverhead river on day 3, all with an experienced guide. Lunch and refreshments are provided during the day.

On occasion, water levels may require that we alter the rivers fished. To maintain a high level of personal service, we limit our guests to 10 per week. Please contact our Montana fly fishing guides if you need a custom package or wish to arrange special rates for your fly shop or club.


Montana accommodation tax is not included.

Fishing licenses are not included.

Children are welcome.
  • Montana Fly Fishing Guide
  • Lodging (arrive the night prior to your first day on the water)
  • Nightly 5 star dinnners, prepared by our Chef
  • Daily Montana style fishermans breakfast
  • Any needed gear and all of your flies
Montana’s Last Best Fly Fishing Lodge The Stonefly Inn and Outfitters is a privately owned Fly Fishing Lodge in rural Montana. No stop lights or tourist traps here – just countless ... moremiles of Blue Ribbon Trout Water, an overwhelming number of Trout and the occasional cattle drive. Because of our location, we often do not see the fishing pressure some of the other areas of the state have to deal with. In Twin Bridges, you can truly unwind and enjoy your Montana Fly Fishing Vacation along with the solitude and vastness of Southwest Montana. The days are longer, the fish are bigger and the beer is colder.

Here at The Stonefly, Dan “Rooster” Leavens and his entire staff of Montana Fly Fishing Guides are dedicated to providing you a Montana Fly Fishing Vacation that will leave you wanting to return year after year. Our average return ratio hovers around 95% season after season and Rooster goes out of his way to keep it that way. 

A typical day at The Stonefly will start with breakfast with your Montana Fly fishing Guide before you head to one of our local rivers to fish. During the day, you can expect professional instruction while you employ seemingly endless techniques to catch fish. With so many rivers to pick from, each day is certain to be different. Returning to the lodge, you’ll find fresh appetizers in the Roost Lounge and take a little time to unwind and tell a fish story or two over a cocktail. Dinners are prepared by our in house chef, Glen Hornsby – a veteran chef of over 20 years in the fly fishing industry. Following dinner, nightly campfires are the norm complete with after dinner cocktails, joke telling, guitar picking and plenty of storytelling.

During your Montana Fly Fishing Vacation, you will always feel welcome at The Stonefly. You can count on professional instruction from your Montana Fly Fishing Guides, top shelf “Farm to Table” meals and courteous service from our staff. You have our word on it. Odds are, you’ll catch a few great fish while you are here as well!

Pricing based on double occupancy

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