It’s easy to see why many anglers have a Bob Marshall Wilderness fly fishing trip on their bucket list. For those who have experienced it, it keeps drawing them back. This massive wilderness complex has it all. Most obviously, solitude. The sheer size of this wilderness area means rarely seeing another angler. Our base camp lies 16 miles deep. But unlike most western wilderness areas where small streams and small fish are the norm, The Bob is home to robust river systems teeming with big, strong westslope cutthroat. It's also one of the few places where bull trout can be legally targeted.

Our wilderness camp sits just a few hundred yards from some of the most incredible fly fishing in Montana. From camp you can walk to the river and fish for big, rising cutts with rarely another person in sight. Or we can take a ride to the South Fork of the Flathead River and swing streamers on 8-weight rods for predatory bull trout. No matter where we fish on any given day, you can expect healthy, hard-fighting fish and in a remote wilderness setting.