July 18th – July 25th
Some of the best fishing available is on small, isolated, personal-sized streams. But, small water doesn’t always mean small fish. Their narrow gauge often hides big fish and pleasant suprises await you on every corner.
There is no better place in the world to truly learn the fine details of angling. Long tippets, small flies, and careful casts to finicky risers mean every trout can be a personal victory in the making.
If you would like to take a day off from wading and spend a day in a boat casting hoppers to large cruising fish, there are also a few remarkable small lakes in the Livingston area. These are a great option in the summertime when the fishin’ is easy.
Remember, we can fish the more famous rivers around Livingston, such as the mighty Yellowstone and the Boulder, too. A day float on these bigger waters is a good contrast to our typical small stream tactics.
Crazy Mountain Lodge blends an air of luxury with the warmth of a modern, rustic retreat. Situated on 21± acres, this intimate mountain lodge is the ideal location from which to experience the riches of southwest Montana. Located near Clyde Park, Crazy Mountain Lodge offers easy access to some of Montana’s finest fly fishing