Missouri River Ranch

A premier fly fishing lodge on the Missouri River, Missouri River Ranch offers modern rooms, impeccable service and gourmet fare. A quiet sanctuary with mountain views, this is an all-inclusive fly fishing experience unmatched on the Missouri River. The blue ribbon fishery of the Missouri River may best be described as a huge spring creek; offering slow currents, consistently cold water, and abundant weed beds promoting thick aquatic insect hatches. The Missouri boasts impressive trout numbers with 6,000 trout per mile at an average size of 17" with larger rainbows and browns consistently caught.  


Missouri River Ranch Package Pricing 
All prices are per person per night and include all meals

April 11-May 4
$400/night/person double occupancy or $495/night/person single occupancy
May 5-May 25
$500/night/person double occupancy or $595/night/person single occupancy
May 26-July 20
$600/night/person double occupancy or $695/night/person single occupancy
July 21-August 31
$450/night/person double occupancy or $550/night/person single occupancy
September 1-October 30
$500/night/person double occupancy or $595/night/person single occupancy

Fishing Component:
$640 per fishing guide per day (each guide can take two anglers)

Sample peak season package rates with fishing and service fee included (May 26-July 20):
3 Night/2 Day - $2440 per person
4 Night/3 Day - $3360 per person
5 Night/4 Day - $4280 per person
6 Night/5 Day - $5200 per person

*** rates are based on double occupancy and a shared guide
*** call for quote on single occupancy rates

Packages include: Lodging, rod rental, all meals, complimentary spirits and other beverages, guided fishing, all flies and leaders on guided trips.
Not included: Guide gratuities, lodge staff gratuities, 8% lodging tax, rental waders, fishing licenses, airport shuttle, premium spirits and wines.


The Missouri River is widely renowned as one of the West's top tailwaters. The large volume exits the bottom of Hauser Lake at Wolf Creek producing cold waters rich with weed beds and abundant aquatic insects and other macro invertebrates upon which trout feed. Growth rates are high for trout in the Missouri and the average rainbow is often in the 16-19" class. Some large browns also patrol the river. The "Mo" is often referred to as a large spring creek and can provide technical match the hatch fishing over the caddis and pale morning dun hatches of early summer, the early morning trico hatches of August and the blue winged olives of spring and fall. Nymphing can also be productive on the gravel drop offs and seams.


The lodge offers 13 guest rooms, completely renovated in 2020, with comfortable queen beds and a private bath in each room allowing for a maximum capacity of 26 guests. The lodge provides high-speed internet, a spacious common area with a custom stone fireplace, television, bar, and large decks overlooking the mountains. Guests can take advantage of the golf carts rigged for the evening hatch before enjoying an after dinner campfire. The dining experience is phenomenal with creative dishes prepared by the lodge chef and thoughtfully paired with exceptional wines. 

The Lodge Location and Surrounding Area
The lodge is located just upstream of Craig, Montana on the famous tailwater section of the Missouri river. The lodge property borders over a mile of riverfront, giving guests private access to wade/bank fishing opportunities in the evening as well as the opportunity to begin their float trip directly from the lodge and avoided a drive to a public boat ramp.