Gallatin River Lodge Trip Details    

2013 Rates

Destination City - Bozeman, Montana

 

Montana TroutTrip Details

Fly fishermen and women from around the world travel to southwest Montana for its exceptional fishing opportunities. Fishing options are endless, but we offer a popular combination to our fishing guests that include floating and wading. Our goal is to provide expertise on all of our waters.



 

 

Packages With Guide Service - Double Occupancy

High Season - April 19 to October 14, 2013

Includes lodging, breakfast and dinner, picnic lunches for your day trip or with your guide, fishing guide fees, taxes and airport transportation. * Not Included: Guide service and lodge staff gratuities, fishing licenses, flies and equipment.

 

  • 3 Night / 2 Day  $1,575 per person

  • 4 Night / 3 Day  $2,085 per person

  • 5 Night / 4 Day  $2,600 per person

  • 6 Night / 5 Day  $3,105 per person 

  • 7 Night / 6 Day  $3,620 per person  

 

Packages With Guide Service - Single Occupancy

High Season - April 19 to October 14, 2013

Includes lodging, breakfast and dinner, picnic lunches for your day trip or with your guide, fishing guide fees, taxes and airport transportation. * Not Included: Guide service and lodge staff gratuities, fishing licenses, flies and equipment.

 

  • 3 Night / 2 Day  $2,380 per person

  • 4 Night / 3 Day  $3,225 per person

  • 5 Night / 4 Day  $4,090 per person

  • 6 Night / 5 Day  $4,925 per person 

  • 7 Night / 6 Day  $5,780 per person  

 

Tackle

Streams: We recommend a three or four piece 4 or 5 weight rod with a weight forward floating line. When streamer fishing you may wish to have a sink tip line on a spare spool.  You will need 9 foot 4X or 5X leaders and spools of 3X, 4X, 5X tippet. We always carry an extra rod or two on our trips for guests.

 

Rivers: A 5 or 6 weight rod with a weight forward floating line. You may want a sink tip for fishing streamers. 7 to 9 foot leaders, with spools of 3X, 4X and 5X. And bring an extra rod if drifting with us. We usually set up a dry fly rod and a nymphing rod for you.

 

Spring Creeks: A 3 or 4 weight rod with a double taper or weight forward floating line. Leaders of 9 to 13 feet. Spools of 5X, 6X, 7X.

 

You will also need non-lead split shot, fly floatant, strike indicators, hemostats, nippers, hat, polarized glasses, insect repellent, and sunscreen. We usually wade wet most days in the summer, wearing neoprene socks, lightweight quick dry pants and wading boots. If traveling in the spring or fall you will need gore-tex or neoprene waders and felt soled boots. In addition, bring a sweater or jacket and a good raincoat. We have several fly shops nearby that offer rental gear. You may also ship your gear to us prior to your trip.

*Prices Subject to Change

 

Available Dates

Now accepting reservations for 2013 & 2014 season. Please call us to confirm space availability or to request specific dates.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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