Glacier National Park and Montana are home to several blue ribbon fly fishing destination rivers including the Flathead river system. Since our rivers are fed by snow melt, they run clear and cold resulting in lively, medium-sized rainbow and cutthroat trout. You will also find Bull Trout (catch and release only), rumor of spawning salmon, and a healthy population of whitefish.
The three forks of the Flathead River (North, Middle and South) are deep and fast flowing, offering only some shallows for wading. The most popular way to fish our rivers above Flathead Lake is from boats. Our trusted local fishing guides at Glacier Anglers offer the choice of fishing from a drift boat or small raft with fishing frame. We recommend a fishing trip with these experienced guides whose knowledge of the rivers helps them row you to, and keep you in, the optimum fishing holes.