Blackfoot River Description
We guide nearly 60+ miles of the Blackfoot River, from it’s meandering meadows near Lincoln all the way to the town of Bonner just east of Missoula. The Blackfoot River begins along the continental divide in the mountains outside Lincoln, and flows through scenic and diverse countryside for 130 miles before its confluence with the Clark Fork just east of Missoula. Famous from Norman Macleans “A River Runs Through It”, the Blackfoot is one of the most scenic rivers we float. Large rock formations, canyons, rapids, boulders, and lots of pocket water will keep things exciting as you bounce along this river corridor. The Big Blackfoot has crystal clear riffles and deep emerald pools that house, native Westlope Cutthroat, Native Bull, browns, rainbows, and cuttbows for your angling pleasure.