Packing List for the Ultimate Road Trip

Packing List for the Ultimate Road Trip

Please pack as compact as possible due to limited storage space in campers.  Make sure to have warm layered clothes even in the summer. Your suitcase/luggage will stay in the campers and be transported by the camp team each day.

Camp Gear Provided by Montana Angler

  • No-Boundaries campers outfitted with Montana Mattress Mill custom mattresses
  • All bedding, comforters, pillows, etc.
  • Toilet paper, shampoo, soap, towels, washcloths
  • Insect repellant and sunscreen
  • All meals
  • Beer, wine, spirits, soft drinks and mixers
  • ***we can rent waders for your trip, just let us know in advance***

Fishing and River Gear Provided by Montana Angler

  • We provide loaner rods if needed
  • We provide all flies, tippet, leaders and other tackle

Camp Gear to pack

  • Small flashlight or headlamp
  • 1 trash bag or soft stuff sack for your dirty clothes
  • Insect repellent and sunscreen
  • Personal toiletries 
  • Refillable water bottle and travel mug/thermos

Clothing  (Montana has variable weather – bring clothes to be comfortable in 30-90 degree weather and rain, sun or snow)

  • Warm winter hat (regardless of season)
  • Gloves (spring or fall)
  • Warm Jacket (even in summer)
  • Layered clothing
  • Sun pants/shirts
  • Rain coat and pants
  • Pair of long underwear (maybe 2 in spring/fall)
  • Warm Socks
  • Sun hat with wide brim
  • Sandals or water shoes for in boat or wet wading.
  • Comfortable shoes for in camp


  • Waders are recommended for spring or fall trips (wet wading is fine in the summer but bring rain pants. (pant or chest high – breathable gore tex style best)(can be rented if needed; if a summer trip and the weather looks warm you can get by with just sandals and rain pants but for spring and fall trips waders are a must)
  • Sandals with back strap for warm weather
  • Polarized glasses
  • Sun screen
  • Binoculars (optional)
  • Camera/phone
  • We provide rods but if you want to bring your own we recommend a 9 foot 6 weight for an all around rod or a 9 foot 5 weight for a dry fly rod
  • Fishing licenses – everyone needs a Montana fishing license, invasive species pass, and conservation license – these can be purchased online at: - if you don’t have one when you arrive the guides will take you to a shop to get one upon arrival.