The Top Hat Lodge is fully equipped with comfortable accommodations, and offers private access to world class trouts streams.
Offering up a new level of fly fishing expertise to anglers in search of the ultimate adventure
At Sea & Stream our primary focus is making you a better fly fisherman and our patient on-stream approach to detailed oriented instruction is perfect for anglers of any skill level. Our Montana fishing guides are dedicated to helping you make the most your time on the river.
Where would you like to fish? Just get out here, and we will handle the rest. Wherever you choose to take your western Montana fly fishing trip, the guides at Sea & Stream will be there with the right flies and ready to fish– we know the water well.
We love it when clients fool a big wary brown trout. Let’s get him in the net! Don’t worry, when you book with Sea & Stream, your personal Montana fly fishing guide is a friendly, fly fishing professional who is committed to making the most of your time on the water. Meet Our Guides >
SLACK IS YOUR ENEMY
#SLACKISYOURENEMY#FEEDTHEBEAST Fall splendor SEA &STREAM style! Fly fishing the Missouri river is incredible for big browns and jumping rainbows. Check out our awesome private water venues on a variety of rivers and streams and take advantage of the Top Hat Lodge for your stay. We offer miles and miles of untouched private water wading and floating on numerous rivers throughout the state.
Montana fly fishing is awesome this summer on the big rivers and is even better on the small streams! As we move into the fall terrestrials and streamers are the flies du jour. With shorter days and longer nights and continued cool weather the rivers are in great shape. Chubby Chernobyls and small hoppers continue to work well. Streamer fishing is great on the cloudy days, and cloud cover seems to be the norm. We all know that cloud cover is great for getting trout out of the cover and feeding. We are getting...
Early spring arrival and an under average snowpack in the mountains around Livingston and Bozeman will result in an early fly fishing season on most of our Montana rivers and streams. We should be setup for early season hatches and potentially an early terrestrial season. After the great water year last year we should have lots of fish in less water this year. Hopefully the summer weather and forest fires will be kind and yield excellent dry fly and streamer opportunities. Whatever the conditions may bring over the 2015 fly fishing season, our Montana fly fishing guides...