Fishing Montana's rivers deep in the wilderness brings you to some of the purest, most exciting fly fishing, and exceptionally beautiful contry you can find anywhere. On a hot summer day fly fisherman can catch 60 fish a day and rarely see anyone else on the river. There are many excellent fly fishing rivers in Montana, but the remote waters of the Bob Marshall wilderness are the best for a truly unique and exhilarating angling experience.
Comfortable camping, safe horseback riding, outstanding wild river fishing, and quality time with friends and family are the hallmarsk of a fishing trip adventure with A Lazy H. Additional photos in the galleries provide some great views into our wilderness camping and fishing excursions.
For the non-fishermen in your group, we offer horseback rides to nearby fire lookout towers, or superb mountain meadows filled with wildflowers, or rugged hikes to nearby mountain peaks. Everyone can regroup at the end of the day for recollection of another great day.
The downloads below provide greater detail on the fish, waters, seasons, equipment and other useful information. All anglers (resident and non-resident) require a Montana fishing license. Most Bob Marshall wilderness waters are catch and release. Fishing licenses are available online or in many local sporting goods stores when you arrive in Montana.