Belcher River waterfall

Bechler & Falls Rivers

Find Your New Favorite Fishing Hole
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Fish Around Waterfalls and Secret Streams

When we say "find your new favorite fishing hole" we mean it. The Belcher & Falls Rivers are a network of lazy streams and roaring falls perfect for Montana fly fishing that not many talk about. 

Most people who fly fish these rivers with Greater Yellowstone Flyfishing Outfitters will feel invited into a private world, a secret space that only the most knowledgeable anglers frequent. You're only here for a brief moment in time, but our expertise in Montana trout fly fishing in these tricky waters, we're sure the memories you make on these rivers will stay with you forever. 
I have fished with Chad for over 10 years now and I look forward to hanging out and exploring new water with him every year. He is very knowledgeable, always prepared, enjoyable on the river and super organized when it comes to executing his trips. I would highly recommend fishing with Chad any time you have the chance!!!!
Todd Griffin
Casper, WY

Learn more about the Belcher and Fall

The Bechler River is a remote river that flows southwest within Yellowstone National Park until it joins the Falls River and flows into Idaho and Wyoming. This remote river is great way to avoid to more enthusiastic crowds of anglers in Montana and Wyoming allowing for a peaceful fly fishing experience.

This beautiful river is part of ‘Cascade Corner’, an area of Yellowstone National Park that features an abundance of cascading rapids and waterfalls. This river experiences intense spring run-off making it difficult to fly fish until it calms down in mid-July. The remote location also makes it difficult to access, making it a favorite spot of the locals.

Have an unforgettable Yellowstone fly fishing experience on the Bechler with our experience fly fishing guides today and find your new favorite Yellowstone spot. If you're an angler looking for a challenge, come fish the remote waters of the Bechler River and catch some wily Rainbows and canny cutthroats.
The Falls river is littered with waterfalls and more aggressive waters—making it perfect for anglers looking for a little more adrenaline. Like its companion river the Belcher, the Falls is in the southwest corner of Yellowstone National Park and flows near the Idaho border, keeping it more secluded from the general Montana and Wyoming population. 

This river is the perfect amount of off-the beaten path. Not too far to make it overly challenging, but just far enough to remind you that you’re in the Rocky Mountain wilderness and reduce the fishing traffic. Be surrounded by some of the most spectacular scenery in Yellowstone, while getting to experience some of the most underrated fly fishing in the area. 

Cutthroat is the main catch of this river and you can expect to pull some of a decent size if you hit the right spots. Plan your Falls River Yellowstone fly fishing trip with GYFO today and have an unforgettable Rocky Mountain experience. 

Trips Available on Falls River

Bechler River Fly Fishing Pack Trip
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