Then you should consider attending a Montana Fishing Guide School session soon.
Our October session wrapped-up a few weeks ago and the fishing and weather were great—Blue Wings and flip-flips…only in Montana! The 2015 October session marked our third year in operation and we're still chugging with more sessions planned for next year.
We started the Montana Fishing Guide School with one goal in mind: to put the best possible guides on the water. In three years, we’ve done that and more. What started as a concept to improve on existing guide schools has grown into nearly a half-dozen weeks a year. In 2015 we saw the guide school grow exponentially. Feedback from attendees, instructors, and our guest lecturers has been overwhelmingly positive: “this was the best week ever.” Our 2015 guide school calendar began with ten attendees for our March session. We fished the Bozeman-area and the Missouri River all three weeks. Demand for our March session was so high we quickly filled our April session and that one filled so fast we scheduled a May session. Our October session was Bozeman and Big Sky based, and we fished the Paradise Valley Spring Creeks, the blue ribbon rivers, and some secret spots.
To date, the Montana Fishing Guide School has trained dozens of new guides, but we’ve also helped dozens of anglers become that much more proficient in catching trout and rowing a drift boat. For 2016 we’ve expanded our schools to over two sessions a month starting in March and running through May.
Visit our website www.montanafishingguideschool.com for all of the information. And, remember the guide school makes a perfect Holiday Gift for that aspiring guide or expert angler in your life. Tuition will rise in 2016, so be sure to reserve your spot before rates go up.