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Gallatin & Gardner Watershed

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Great Fly Fishing is Closer Than You Think

Just outside of our Montana fly fishing territory lies the Gallatin and Gardner Watershed. This watershed contains two wonderful stretches of water—the Gallatin and the Gardner. Both of these stretches are anglers' dreams. These slow currents, crystal clear water, and abundant hatches contain some of the best fishing in Montana.  
My group of 6-15 fishermen has used GYFO for about 15 years. Every trip has been great, but Chad outdid himself this year. He knows I’m a bird and wildlife enthusiast and took me on a rarely used section of the Wind River. He said the fishing might be slow (we were the only boat on that stretch all day), but the fishing was great, and the bird and wildlife viewing was fantastic!! The GYFO guides are always great and direct you to the best restaurants and bars! You can’t go wrong with these guys.
Richard Lesch
Parker, CO

The Rivers of the Gallatin & Gardner Watershed

The Gardner river flows a little faster than the Gallatin so we often recommend floating its waters to our more adrenaline oriented fly fishing vacationers. Still, whether you're floating, wading, or nymphing you'll be able to snag rainbows, cutthroats and browns. 

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