Montana River Camp Trip
Camps are comfortable but relaxed. You will enjoy great meals and a well appointed camp in the evenings. The camp kitchen is in a large wall tent which is also big enough to move the dining table inside if the weather is bad. When the weather is nice enough, they set up an outdoor dining table under a sun shade. In spring or fall, they also frequently bring in a packable wood burning stove if weather is cool for the wall tent. Sleeping tents are large 6-man tents that they put a maximum of 2 guests in for each tent. Guests are provided large dry bags for their personal gear that goes down to each campsite. A hand washing station and camp shower system are available. Towels are also provided. Camp gear is often floated down on rafts on rivers like the Yellowstone, or drive-in camps on rivers like the Madison or Missouri. Cots, sleeping pads, sleeping bags, and full size pillows are provided.
Food & Beverages
Hot and hearty breakfasts are prepared each morning. Appetizers are available after fishing followed by a multicourse dinner. Lunches are picnic style lunches that go in the guides’ coolers. All dietary restrictions and food allergies are accommodated for by the chef.
Non-Angling Activities and Options
There are fantastic scenic opportunities for photographers, as well as wildlife. But for the most part, this is an angling destination that is best suited for focused anglers.
Internet / Communications
Cell service varies depending on the camp location. On some reaches of river there is good service, and on others there is no service. The camp crew will have an in-reach satellite messenger for emergencies if they are out of service.