From shallow riffles glassy slicks to deep cut banks and boulder pocket water, the Madison has it all.
The Madison River starts in Yellowstone National Park and flows through three large lakes -- Hebgen, Quake and Ennis -- before joining the Gallatin and Jefferson to form the Missouri. We focus our fishing the river runs in the expansive Madison Valley below the impressive Madison and Gravelly mountain ranges.
Known around the world for the numbers and size of trout (not to mention the scenery), the Madison lives up to its reputation.
Streamer and Nymph
Streamer and nymph fishing will always do well here, but we love throwing dries on the Madison. Whether it’s Mother’s Day caddis, drakes, golden stones, Fourth of July salmon flies, or peak summer hopper fishing, the Madison is an absolute hoot to fish with dries. From shallow riffles glassy slicks to deep cut backs and boulder pocket water, the Madison has it all.Fish with PDO