Dome Mountain Ranch has a variety of fisheries to offer you. Our professional guides are here to guide and teach you about all aspects of fly-fishing so you are able to take home a Montana experience you’ll never want to forget, as well as useful knowledge to take with you to fish your home waters as well!

Fishing Options

Yellowstone National Park Walk & Wade Fly-fishing Trip

OVERVIEW

Enjoy a day in Yellowstone National Park fly-fishing some of the world-famous blue-ribbon streams of Yellowstone such as Slough Creek, Soda Butte Creek, Lamar River, the Gibbon, the Firehole River, the Madison, the Gardiner and the Yellowstone River. These streams are home to various trout species such as native cutthroat trout and grayling.

 

Rates & Availability

2 People, $575 Per Day.

 

What to Expect

During a day fly-fishing these infamous waters, you can expect to catch various fish species from native cutthroat trout to grayling. The ultimate experience, this is an all-day trip in which you get to combine a scenic tour with fly-fishing. A typical Yellowstone Park trip starts around 8:00 am and ends between 4:00 and 6:00 pm. Lunch and beverages are provided. You are responsible for bringing your own gear; however, we do have fly rods for rent for those who want to travel light or for beginners just getting a line wet.

 

What to Bring

You’ll want to be sure to be prepared for an epic day of fishing. A few suggestions to help make your day more enjoyable would be a camera, polarized glasses, suntan lotion, bug spray and any fishing gear you may want to bring. We do have fly rods available for rent for those who want to travel light or for any beginners just wanting to learn. You will be responsible for flies and any tackle or gear you may want to use. Waders and wading shoes not provided. Often the summer temperatures are warm enough to do a little wet wading.

 

Obtaining A License

Licenses can be purchased at any local fly shop, sporting goods store or online here. For Yellowstone Park fishing, you must purchase a Yellowstone Park fishing license prior to fishing.

Yellowstone River Fly-Fishing Float Trip

OVERVIEW

Spend a day on the Yellowstone River with one of our fly-fishing guides in a McKenzie-style drift boat fishing for native cutthroats, rainbows, browns and the mountain whitefish.

 

Rates & Availability

2 People, $500 Per Day.

 

What to Expect

Whether you are looking for a float trip down the Yellowstone River, a walk and wade trip on some of the finest local freestone streams, a day at the lake or a Yellowstone Park tour, our professional guides will give you the experience you are looking for. Our guided fishing trips usually start out around 8:00 am and run until 4:00 pm. Your guide will provide a streamside lunch and beverages.

 

What to Bring

You’ll want to be sure to be prepared for an epic day of fishing. A few suggestions to help make your day more enjoyable would be a camera, polarized glasses, suntan lotion, bug spray and any fishing gear you may want to bring. We do have fly rods available for rent for those who want to travel light or for any beginners just wanting to learn. You will be responsible for flies and any tackle or gear you may want to use. Waders and wading shoes not provided. Often the summer temperatures are warm enough to do a little wet wading.

 

Obtaining A License

Licenses can be purchased at any local fly shop, sporting goods store or online here.

Mountain Stream Walk & Wade Trips

OVERVIEW

For those wanting to dabble a line in some small freestone mountain streams, you’ve come to the right place. Join us for a guided day fishing for Native Cutthroat and Brook Trout in our area small streams.

 

Rates & Availability

2 People, $500 Per Day.

 

What to Expect

Enjoy a day on some of our local mountain freestone streams where you can expect to catch native cutthroat and brook trout. These streams hold an abundance of fish in small pocket water and around deadfall and boulders. Dry fly fishing at its finest! For the fishers looking for an adventure, this is the trip for you! These trips require a bit of agility to maneuver around the deadfall and boulders. Lunch and beverages are provided.

 

What to Bring

Due to the location of these streams, wading shoes or old hiking shoes are recommended. Some fishers find it helpful to carry a wading staff to help with balance. We recommend bringing sunscreen, bug spray, camera, bear spray and any fishing gear of your choice. A smaller-weight fly rod can be a ton of fun on these small mountain streams.

 

Obtaining A License

Licenses can be purchased at any local fly shop, sporting goods store or online here.

Private Trophy Lake Fly-Fishing Trip

OVERVIEW

Dome Mountain Ranch private lakes, Thelma’s Lake and Vanessa’s Lake, are home to many huge Rainbow and Brown Trout, some exceeding five pounds!

 

Rates & Availability

2 People, $500 Per Day.

 

What to Expect

Dome Mountain Ranch is home to two private lakes that are stocked with trophy rainbow and brown trout. You will be fishing these lakes with a guide from a McKenzie-style drift boat. Lunch and beverages are provided for a full day trip.

 

What to Bring

You’ll want to be sure to be prepared for an epic day of fishing; a few suggestions to help make your day more enjoyable would be a camera, polarized glasses, suntan lotion, bug spray and any fishing gear you may want to bring. We do have fly rods available for rent for those who want to travel light or for any beginners just wanting to learn. You will be responsible for flies and any tackle or gear you may want to use. Waders and wading shoes not provided.

 

Obtaining A License

No license necessary, as these are private lakes on Dome Mountain Ranch!

Tyler Stephens – Fishing Outfitter #27087