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GUIDED MONTANA FISHING ADVENTURES

Bitterroot Valley and Beyond!

At Jumping Trout Outfitters, we believe that the best way to experience nature is by immersing yourself in it. Our top-notch guides will take you on an adventure you'll never forget, whether you're a seasoned angler or a first-time fisherman.

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Guided Trips

Our Montana Fishing Adventures

Sunny day Cutty!

BITTERROOT RIVER 

Our Home River, the Bitteroot is an incredibly diverse fishery created by the ever-changing flow of timber. This is the banana belt of Montana, as they say, and with 8 solid months of insect activity, the fishing agrees. March brings the famous Skwalla hatch and October closes with giant hoppers!

CLARK FORK RIVER

The Clark Fork is Montana's largest watershed, and with over 200 miles of floatable water the trout fishing can seem endless. Typically, we fish the Clark Fork in the spring before runoff, and head back in July when the river has settled and the trout are looking up again.

Browns Lake in the Spring

STILLWATER & ALPINE LAKES

Stillwaters are a fanstastic option when you need a change of pace or just love casting from a drift boat to a cruising rainbow on a high country trout lake. Damsels, dragons, and callibaeitis, oh my! We have several options nearby but usually our most consistent fishing is found at Georgetown Lake, an incredibly biodiverse fishery with fast growing fish that love to eat your flies.

Scenic River Float Trips

SCENIC RIVER TRIPS

If you enjoy the River at a different pace , then our Scenic River Tour is a great choice. A great way to soak in the beauty of our Montana river wildlife, complete with a knowledgeable/local guide and streamside lunch. Bring the Camera and Binoculars!

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ABOUT

JUMPING TROUT

OUTFITTERS

Brian Harris has been fishing 30 plus years and guiding clients professionally for 19 years. Originally hailing from the front range of Colorado, Brian got his start fishing creeks and rivers throughout the state. Wanting to share his passion and continue to improve his knowledge and expertise, he began guiding/working for Rocky Mountain Anglers in Boulder, CO in 2006.  After finally "reading the water" in 2018 he made the inevitable move to Montana to pursue trout in the Bitterroot Valley!

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