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Al Caucci Fly Fishing
1250 Winterdale Road
Starlight, PA, 18461

Phone : 1 ( 570 ) 635 - 5897
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Why Al Caucci Montana Flyfishing Trips are the Best!

Al Caucci has spent at least a month a year in Montana , as well as other Rocky Mountain states , for the past 35 years.  That’s 35 consecutive years of exploring, researching, fishing and hosting trips on all the famous Montana rivers.  Through his travels and business, he obtained intimate knowledge of all the famous rivers; Henry’s Fork, Madison, Firehole, Yellowstone, Gardner, Boulder, Gallitan, Big Horn, Green, South Fork of the Snake, Teton, Big Hole, Beaverhead, Ruby, Jefferson, Clark Fork, Bitterroot, Rock Creek, Locksa, Black Foot, Dearborn, Smith, the big Missouri and many smaller streams and spring creeks too numerous to name!

Al has taught schools and hosted trips on most of these rivers since 1985, and in the seventies he explored and researched the hatches, trout and habitats of these famous streams.  During the past 10 years or so, Al has decided to fish and host trips on only the “best of the best”!  His evaluation is simple; “to select only those rivers that produce big wild trout that sip bugs on the prolific hatches.  He feels that “sight fishing” and hooking big trout (or lots of good size trout) on  dry flies with a fine tippet is the “ultimate in trout fishing”.

To accomplish this, he has selected the best dry fly rivers in the world for the Al Caucci Flyfishing Trips; the best rivers with the biggest wild trout populations, during the peak time of the year, and the very best guides!  Guides that continue to fish you during the hours of peak insect activity and rising trout.  This is no easy task as over 95% of the guides in Montana today will pick you up at 8:00 or 9:00 AM and drop you off at 5:00 or 6:00 PM (before the peak action even starts).  Al is willing to compensate his guides for this and selects them for their enthusiasm and ability!  It does not make sense to leave a river at 6:00 PM – when usually the best action of the day is from 7:00-10:00 PM !  Al has been dealing with most of the outfitters and guides for decades and many are friends.

Our Montana trout fishing day generally starts at 9:00 AM and end at 10:00 PM with a break during the dead part of the afternoon.  The best rivers, best hatches, best guides – all focused on the proper window of opportunity – that’s what Al Caucci Flyfishing trips are all about!  Click here to see the latest Montana photo galleries



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