It’s not just sport, it’s a way of life rooted in tradition. From blue-ribbon trout streams to trophy mule deer bucks, Southeast Montana is a sportsman's paradise, especially if you have the right guide. We joke about keeping our favorite hunting spots and fishing holes to ourselves, but the truth is, we love sharing our abundant resources with visitors. Here you’ll find tens of thousands of acres of wide-open public lands and waters so full of trout you’ll be more concerned with the daily catch limit than what kind of fly you’re tying on.
Your fishing experience in Southeast Montana is one to remember whether you're on the Bighorn River, Yellowstone River, or on one of the smaller tributaries found throughout the region. Check out the guides and lodges that can ensure your fishing stories aren't centered around 'the one that got away.' For fishing access locations and further information on fishing when in Southeast Montana, click here.
From stalking a Mule Deer buck to limiting out on pheasant, a day of hunting in Montana can be as diverse as the landscape. Check out the outfitters who can help you make it happen. For more information about hunting in Montana, click here.