Fishing and Floating
Some of the finest fly fishing is found in Jefferson County, Montana. Drop a line in one of the many rivers or streams and watch the water come alive. Trout are abundant, and fishermen are scarce. What more could you ask for?
The Jefferson River begins near Twin Bridges, Montana, with the confluence of the Beaverhead, Big Hole and Ruby Rivers, and flows for more than eighty miles to its confluence with the Missouri River in Three Forks, Montana. Review the information on guided fishing trips, floating and river conditions to plan your perfect trip.
Park Lake Campground
Park Lake Campground, located approximately 20 miles southwest of Helena, Montana, provides an opportunity to camp near the placid, lovely Park Lake. Enjoy fishing for cutthroat trout and grayling in this beautiful mountain lake, hand launch non-motorized boats or picnic along the lakeshore.
Cardwell Bridge Fishing Access Site
Directions and general information to Cardwell Bridge.
Mayflower Bridge Fishing Access Site
This 20-acre site provides access to hunting, fishing, and boating.
Parrot Castle Fishing Access Site
Enjoy fishing and hunting in the 33-acre Parrot Castle area.
Cargill Outfitters is ready to guide you on your next adventure, whether it’s horseback riding, hunting, fishing, or wildlife watching and photography.
Homestake Lake Recreation Area
Homestake picnic ground is located in the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest in southwest Montana at an elevation of 6,300 feet. This area is for day use picnicking only and a small lake at the site provides fishing. Scenic trails nearby are great for hiking, ATV riding, and motorcycle riding.