Beaverhead River

One of the most productive and prolific tail waters in the country. Originating from the outflows of Clark Canyon Reservoir 20 miles south of Dillon, Montana, this pristine fishery boasts the densest population of bug life of any of our fly fishing rivers.

  • Lots of bugs = lots of fish

  • Steady hatches provided through consistent water flows

  • Larger than expected trout

  • Upwards of 4,000 fish per mile

  • Great chance of boating a 20 incher

  • Sight fishing at its finest

  • Fish that will straighten a hook like it’s made out of rubber

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"There are more big, hook bending, tippet breaking fish in this river than any other in our area."