Description: Fly Fishing: If you're looking for wild brown trout and fat, feisty Rainbows, come to the Bighorn River in southeastern Montana! Known as one of the best trout fisheries in America, this amazing catch and release river has water so gin-clear you can sight-fish year round. Our experienced, local guides offer instruction for all skill levels, from beginner to veteran. We'll share the time-proven secrets of the 'Horn'. You'll get a full day on the river and the fishing adventure of a lifetime, complete with savory streamside lunches. Check out our lodging/meal packages at Old Hookers Guest House in Fort Smith. You're welcome to bring your own gear, or for those traveling light, ask for our 'Just Add Water Package' with rods, reels, waders, boots and proven local fly patterns.
Hunting: Eastslope Outfitter offers guided access to more than 30,000 acres of private land in the Yellowstone River and Bighorn River valleys, with miles of range, cropland, canyons and pine ridge habitat, as well as a trophy whitetail property. We offer guided hunts with lodging for: deer (Whitetail and Mule) & antelope, Canada geese (70,000+ honkers), seven species of ducks, pheasant, Sharptail grouse, Hungarian partridge, and Merriams turkey (Spring gobbler, Fall general).
Cast 'n Blast: Want it all' Eastslope Outfitters can customize your trip to include both fishing and hunting. Fall Cast 'n Blast trips include Bighorn River trout fishing with pheasant, upland bird, waterfowl or turkey hunting in the Yellowstone and Bighorn River valleys. Lodging and meals included.
Directions: Eastslope Outfitters provides fishing opportunities on the Bighorn River, recognized as one of the best trout fisheries in America. Fishing trips start at historic Fort Smith (on the Bozeman Trail), located a little more than an hour's drive south of Billings. take Interstate 90 to Hardin, take first exit, then take Highway 313 to Fort Smith. Directional signs along the way will be for Yellowtail Dam and/or Bighorn National Recreation Area, both located near Fort Smith
.Most of our hunting trips are based out of the Custer/Forsyth areas in the Yellowstone River Valley along the Lewis & Clark Trail (take Interstate out of Billings 60+ miles).