Yellowstone Fly Fishing

Geyser Kayak Tours is offering fly fishing trips to Yellowstone National Park. Yellowstone fly fishing is widely recognized as some of the best in the Rocky Mountain region. The nation’s first national park is home to several famous wild trout fisheries that include the Madison River, Yellowstone River, Firehole River, Gallatin River, Lamar River, Soda Butte Creek and Slough Creek.  Guided trips will include both day trips by wading only and overnight kayak trips into remote back-country camping areas.

Angler kneeling in Yellowstone Lake and holding cutthroat trout with Absaroka Mountains in the background.

The fishing season officially opens the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend and extends through and includes the first Sunday in November. A Yellowstone National Park Fishing Permit is required to fish in the park. Anglers 16 years of age and older are required to purchase either a $18 three-day permit, a $25 seven-day permit or a $40 season permit. Children 15 and younger may obtain a free permit that must be signed by a responsible adult; with this permit, a child can fish without direct adult supervision.

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