Fly Fishing Suggested Packing List
Dress according to weather and water conditions. On a warm, sunny day, wear shorts, a synthetic fishing shirt and hat, along with shoes you don't mind getting wet and that will stay on your feet.
What to Wear:
Early season or on cooler days, wool or fleece shirts and hats will make your fishing adventure more enjoyable. Complimentary waders, wading boots and rain gear are available in inclement weather.
What to Bring:
Bring your own fishing equipment if you have it, or Glacier Anglers will provide all necessary equipment. A Montana fishing license is required and is available for purchase at Glacier Outdoor Center.
Glacier Anglers provides Coast Guard approved life jackets for all guided trips.
As a general rule, don't take anything with you on the river that can't get wet. If you wear eyeglasses or sunglasses, be sure to bring along a retainer to hold them on (disposable cameras and eyeglass retainers are available for purchase in our store).
Bottled water is good on hot days.
Bring along a towel and dry clothing to change into after the trip but lock it all in your vehicle and leave your car keys in our office for safekeeping.