Blackfeet Reservation Fishing has been featured, filmed, and written about so much because it is the best kept secret in the last best place.
We provide float tubes, a small row boat or a 18 ft motorized boat to fit your needs and tribal regulations. We also provide waders and most of the fishing gear you will need, with the exception of flies. We also provide transportation and lunch in addition to the fishing gear. We at Morning Star Outfitters are dedicated to sharing our best kept secret, and we guarantee that you will travel home with many stories to tell.
We have high anticipation for reservation fishing, especially with the very substantial snow pack this year, which is way above normal. A few years ago we hired a tribal fisheries biologist, and he has done a great job of getting the numbers of huge fish back to the high population counts of the 80's. His work has been enhanced by good water quality in the recent years.
We anticipate record number of fish at many of our lakes. We expect a record number of 5-7 lb fish at Mission and great numbers of trout up to 12 lbs at Kipp. Four Horns looks good with substantial numbers of 5-9 lb fish and a few up to 14. Suckers are at the peak of their cycle so few big fish at Duck Lake are expected.
Ice out should be on schedule for April 15 to May 15. June to Mid July is usually good with sinking lines and watercraft. September and October can provide some real rod bending experiences with hoppers or leaches. Rivers and Streams will be fishing well with buggers and nymphs, as soon as the spring run off is over. Dry fly season is a favorite and that should be good from mid-July to the end of September. All of our rivers and streams are walk and wade. We have free stone mountain streams to meadow rivers on our prairies. They are all full of wild trout that die of old age. There is very limited fishing pressure on Montana's best kept secret.