Fly Fishing Guide Service

Montana Llama Guides is a full guide service for fly fishing. Whether it be backcountry, front country, or both, we love to fly fish. Let us put together the ultimate Montana Fly Fishing experience.

Here are a few options for you to muster over


1. Rent our Pack Llamas

This is great for the DIY’ers. After attending our Packing with Llamas Training Course, you’ll have the foundation in llama handling and safety, llama saddling and packing, llamas on the trail and at camp, wilderness ethics, public land stewardship, and resource protection. Now your set to rent a few llamas and get out into the backcountry. Great for thru hikes or roving camps and llama basecamps. Catch more fish and have a great time doing it.

Check out our llama rental program here.
 


2. Self-guided/Catered

Our multi-day llama pack trips are a great way to let the llamas and guides do all the work while you relax, fly fish and eat well. Join us for one of our Montana Alpine Lakes Treks,  one of our Bob Marshall Wilderness Treks, or Yellowstone National Park Treks.

Price: $325 – 425/person | Daily rates vary. Please inquire with us about your backcountry llama adventure here.
Trips Dates: July – October
Included: All meals, beverages, snacks, and camping equipment including sleeping pads and backpacking tents or tipi style tents, trail guide, meals and beverages. BYOB.

Excluded: Airfare, arrival/departure hotel (can add at additional cost), personal hunting gear, Montana fishing license, gratuities (10-20% suggested).


3. Fully Guided

Have a dedicated fly fishing guide to one of our fly fishing pack trips. We operate on a 3:1 client-to-guide ratio on all walk/wade fly fishing llama pack trips. We can provide rods, reels, flies, and all need tackle in a complete package. Supplemental prices can vary. 

Price: $395 – 500/person | Daily rates vary. Please inquire with us about your backcountry llama adventure here.
Trips Dates: July – October
Included: All meals, beverages, snacks, and camping equipment including sleeping pads and backpacking tents or tipi style tents, trail guide, meals and beverages. Fly fishing rods, reels, flies, and necessary tackle. BYOB.

Excluded: Airfare, arrival/departure hotel (can add at additional cost), personal clothing and foul weather clothing, Montana fishing license, gratuities (10-20% suggested).