Includes guided fly fishing, all fishing gear, airport transportation (from Missoula), and all meals and lodging.
Clothing for all types of weather including a warm rain proof jacket, quick dry pants and shirts, fishing gear if you would like to use your own, sunscreen, hat, camera, journal.
Montana summers are typically warm throughout the day, but can cool off after sunset. Layering clothing is recommended.
"My son has spent two summers with Pro Outfitters in Montana and can't wait for summer to return.
I would like to say that I found the care and attention of the staff to be excellent. My son gained a knowledge and love of the outdoors that he has carried with him and has truly helped shape him into the young man he is today. He has become an avid angler and knows that the experience is about a whole lot more than just catching the fish. Pro Outfitters is more than a summer adventure experience, it is a family.
Yesterday, as we were discussing our various vacations and places we've been, he remarked, "You know Mom, those two weeks in Montana were the best two weeks of my life!" I think that says it all."
- Adele H., New Jersey
Age range for camp is 10-18. After breakfast each day, the kids practice casting on the lawn. We then set out on the water for a full day of guided fly fishing (with a 2:1 camper to guide ratio), and return to the lodge for dinner- followed by games and even s’mores around the campfire.
Kids stay in wall tents- canvas tents with a wood floor, heated with electricity. Breakfast and dinner are served by our talented cooks in the main lodge, and lunch is enjoyed on the banks of the river during fishing.
Trout- brown, rainbow, brook
Where do kids fly into?
Missoula Airport. We will provide transportation both ways- it is about an hour from the camp in Ovando.
What about fishing licenses?
Children under 15 do not require a fishing license.
Is there cell service at the camp?
There is no cell service, but there is a landline.
How do I sign up?
Call Alyssa or Bek to save a spot now! 1-800-858-3497