The Yellowstone River offers some of the most breathtaking scenery in the lower 48. From its origins in Yellowstone National Park, “The Stone” flows north towards the famous fly fishing town of Livingston, Montana. From here the river flows 30 miles east and beyond through the town of Big Timber and eventually into the Missouri river in eastern Montana.
The Yellowstone is a freestone river and home to wild browns, rainbows, and Yellowstone cutthroat trout. A day on the river would not be complete without an encounter with the world famous, majestic, rocky mountain whitefish. This river is known for its big brown trout, prolific hatches, and great views. It is very beginner friendly and a great place to bring along friends, family, and big groups.