Bio ~( Prices for Float Trips) 2015


Robert Duvall and Mark Daly Filming "ESPN"S FLY FISHING THE WORLD"

mile 6345 (Argentina)

Mark Daly owner / operator, outfitter on the Missouri river

Mile 3.4

Mark Daly owner/operator of Aguas Del Norte with a huge 24 inch Missouri River Rainbow. Mark has appeared in and has been featured in many magazines including: "Sporting Classics"," Rod and Reel", "Field and Stream", "Cigar Aficionado", and Deltas "Departures" Magazine and has worked and been featured on "ESPN" Fly Fishing The World". Mark is a long time guide and outfitter on the Missouri River, first fishing the upper Missouri  back in the late 1970's. Mark only guides from Holter dam down stream to the town of Ulm, all photos are taken from this section of the Missouri.


All trips include transportation to and from the river,a top quality stream side lunch and beverages. Also, flies, all terminal tackle( tippet etc..), if needed rods & reels can be supplied if told in advance. Please compare prices with "Local guides" with "Local knowledge" of the Missouri River with "out of area guides", who specialize in other rivers. Why pay more to catch less fish?

Full Day ( 2 Anglers) $500.00 (1) $450.00

Half Day( 2 Anglers) $ 450.00 (1) $425.00

A 50% deposit is required on all trips booked in advance.Deposits refunded with one month notice of cancellation, any cancellation with less than one month notice ,will not be refunded. Each cancellation will be reviewed on an individual basis, and , in most cases the deposits can be used for future trips.

Call: (406) 459 9642-E-mail

Trout rod- #3---#7, what ever you prefer, and trout reel with a drag system. Sun glasses, sun screen (25-50),Raincoat, waders, (light weight for summer),your favorite trout flies, and fishing vest. Hat to keep the sun at bay, and your camera for that "special" Missouri river fish your going to catch! It's great to get a photo of that "special" fish. It can be a fish that fought and jumped like no other, it can be a beautiful brown, a huge rainbow , maybe it was a tough fish caught on a small dry fly, something to make it special. But, we need to try and limit from taking photos of so many fish, and when we do take photos, we need to be ready and be quick, keep the photos for those "special" fish. Please, bring a good attitude, and have fun!