Jefferson River

Beginning at the confluence of the Big Hole and Beaverhead Rivers outside of Twin Bridges, MT, the Jefferson River flows for about 77 miles where it joins the Gallatin and Madison rivers to form the headwaters of the Missouri river. Low pressure and loads of classic “fishy” looking water make this river a prime candidate to grow trout.

  • If you like to streamer fish, this is your river

  • Unreal terrestrial fishing

  • Abundant wildlife and waterfowl

  • A river that can humble or amaze you

  • Better bring your 6 weight

  • Strong and feisty fish

  • Have your camera handy

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"The fish in this river are just different, and that’s a good thing. The Jeff is always a good time."