Pricing informationfor fishing options with Wapiti Waters
Wapiti Waters can fish one angler or groups of many anglers. We fish with a skilled pool of the finest guides in western Montana. We know them, like them and stand by their professionalism and character.
Guided trips limited to 2 fly fishers per boat. Wapiti Waters offers professional Montana fly fishing guides on the following Montana rivers:
- $495 per boat day on the Bitterroot River includes the commercially permitted West Fork of the Bitterroot River
- $525 per boat day on the Clark Fork River
- $525 per boat day on the Blackfoot River (Wapiti Waters commercial outfitting permit)
- $550 Big Hole River (Wapiti Waters commercial outfitting permit)
- $495 per boat day on Upper Rock Creek
- Prices for overnight trips are per angler and negotiated depending on itinerary and details…
We offer gift certificates for all occasions – email or call us!
A 50% deposit is due to hold your reservation. The balance will be due the day of the excursion.
Bookings: All inquiries welcome!
Call 800-254-5311 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We encourage you to arrange your bookings in advance so that we can accommodate all of your needs. This is especially important during the peak period of July 1 through September 15. A 50% deposit is required to hold your reservation. Full refunds are issued with a 90 day advance notice. Trips cancelled after 90 days may be rescheduled.
CancellationsTrips cancelled due to inclement weather such as severe wind or rain will be rescheduled. If rescheduling is not possible a full refund will be issued.
Written notice of cancellation must be received 90 days prior to initiation of trip. A full refund will follow. Refunds will not be available for any trip cancellation received after the 90 day deadline. Trips may be rescheduled with no penalty.
Tackle RecommendationsWapiti Waters can provide gear for you if needed.
Rods: 9 ft. for 4-7 weight lines. Rods of 6 wt. are suitable for most conditions.
Waders: Chest waders or hip boots are recommended, especially in spring and fall.
Flies: Jack and most of his guides tie flies in the winter. They will provide dry flies if necessary.
ClothingPolarized sunglasses, sunblock and brimmed hats will protect you from the Rocky Mountain sun.
Montana’s changing weather is something to anticipate. Layering with fleece and wool under wind and waterproof shells is a necessity.
Dry bags can be used to store extra gear on the boat.
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