Imagine the delight serious and casual anglers alike find in the Bitterroot River........ many dozens of miles of long riffles, deep pools and runs, mysterious undercut banks, challenging obstructions and channels.
Every mile with, quite literally, thousands of catchable trout per mile and one of the longest fishing seasons in the Northern Rocky Mountains. And these trout are wild ..... power house Rainbows, heavy weight Cutthroats and lurking Browns ....... every last one born and reared in the local creeks and ready to fight !!
While the Bitterroot River is the main attraction, other local waters offer a huge variety of fishing opportunities. You can fish the smaller forks to their headwaters, hike to a mountain lake, pool hop along rushing creeks or cast into beaver ponds.
Many anglers come to float all day under the watchful eye of a local guide. It is all here and just a short ride or, from our property, a short walk away !
We are located on the banks of the Bitterroot at the gateway to the upper river and the nearby Rock Creek. Our camp store is managed by knowledgeable and friendly local families.
We take pride in not only being able to provide reliable flies and tackle, but are happy to be able to share information on conditions and direct you to local waters. This, plus Montana`s enlightened stream access law and large amounts of public land, make these waters a destination you will want to return to again and again.
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Brown trout caught & released 1/2 mile down stream from Anglers Roost.