1. Lamar River
24-30 miles Fishing / Riding trip
The Lamar River is a very healthy fishery located in the northeast corner of Yellowstone National Park. Average size fish range from 12-16 inches, along with that 18-20 inch fish lurking in the shadows. There are several different camps from which to choose. Fish a very short walk from camp or if you would like to explore the upper stretches of the Lamar we can always saddle up and head out for the day. Along with the atmosphere of a secluded camp, many different species of wildlife roam these canyon walls and small meadows. Wolves, grizzly bears, and the Rocky Mountain Elk are the most prevalent. Very few people ever reach the upper portions of the Lamar River. This creates a great environment for fishing as you literally have the river all to yourself. It is a wonderful opportunity to fish with your buddies or bring your children out for they’re first fishing experience in the west. Either way the memories of this trip will last you forever.
18-miles Fishing Trip
Some people wait a lifetime for the opportunity to fish Slough Creek. We are proud to be able to offer this trip for the fly fishing enthusiast. Slough Creek, located in the northeast corner of Yellowstone National Park is one of the most productive fisheries in the lower 48 states. Here the native Cutthroat Trout average about 16-18 inches in length, with a very good chance of landing that 20-inch fish. A short eight-mile ride in allows you more opportunity to fish on the first and last day of your trip. Spectacular scenery surrounds you as you test your skills against the big fish of Slough Creek. Your very comfortable base camp is set up in the upper portions of Slough Creek, which allows you to fish a seven-mile stretch of the famed waters. All fishing is within walking distance of your camp and gourmet meals await your return from a full day of fishing. This is an unforgettable chance to fish one of the most sought after areas in the United States.