Montana’s premier outfitter.

Channel Outfitters

What you can expect

We specialize in high-quality fly-fishing trips and mule deer hunts. Our fly-fishing trips take place on the famed Missouri River. We provide half too many day float trips for all skill levels. Fly-fish with the Missouri River experts! We specialize in Big Brown Trout!

All our hunts take place on well-managed private ranches. Our playground is in the beautiful setting of Southeast Montana’s big sky country. The hunts we provide are much more than harvesting a trophy animal. The emphasis is all about aspects of the hunt—adventure, scenery, wildlife, and friendship.

Channel Outfitters lease some of the finest deer habitat in North America. Managed ranches are available for older age classes. Montana is one of the few states that have a rifle season through the entire rut process. The rut is the best opportunity to pursue mature bucks. Hunting big bucks can take a toll, and when you return, you will enjoy the comforts of Miles City. One of the more famous western cow towns, Miles City, is a unique quality of your trip.

We help you in every aspect of planning your trip, including lodging and travel to license applications. Whether a first-time mule deer hunter or a seasoned veteran, you can trust Channel Outfitters with your Montana Mule Deer hunt.

Montana Fly-Fishing
Well folk, the fishing has been outstanding up to this point. I have landed more brown trout over 22 inches than ever before. Multiple two footers have been captured. Obviously, we have some upper age class fish in the river.
Montana Fly-Fishing
Missouri River Fly-Fishing Report
May is a great month to fly fish the Missouri River. The water temps are starting to warm a bit and the fish are really responding. Hatches are the Mother’s Day caddis and March Browns.
Missouri River Fly-Fishing Report
Missouri River Fly-Fishing Report
The old saying, “You should have been here yesterday” really applies to the late April fly-fishing. We were lucky with the weather and the big brown trout really came out to play.
Missouri River Fly-Fishing Report