FIVE RIVERS LODGE, DILLON MONTANA
Open year round and set in the middle of arguably the best trout water in lower 48, the Five Rivers Lodge offers anglers a unique combination of free stone streams, spring creeks and private ponds to test their fly fishing skills on. Beginners and experienced alike, will find challenges on private beats, ponds and rivers that receive little fishing pressure. The lodge has a team of experienced guides who are determined to make your trip the fishing experience of a lifetime. They will work with you at your level of expertise and will provide the best selection of flies for each section of water you fish. Most importantly, meals are on your schedule because they will fish with you late into the evening when you're into exceptional hatches. Whether you float the Big Hole, The Upper Beaverhead or the Jefferson, try your hand at the technically challenging spring creeks, or take a spectacular horseback trip to fish the high mountain lakes and streams, you will have an amazing time at the Five Rivers Lodge.
Moreover, birds, wildlife and wildflowers are abundant in this mountainous section of the Lewis and Clark Trail and the lodge and its grounds are designed to benefit from these natural resources - each guest room features two king sized beds, private bath, beautiful views and opens onto deck and garden areas.
The lodge has a spacious living room with a stone fireplace, a fly tying area with a large, well lit table for several tiers and a library with hundreds of fly fishing books and videos. There are also several sitting rooms that have panoramic views of the valley and the mountains to the West. This comfortable atmosphere is complemented by the finest service. After a long day of fishing all day, you can have a cocktail on the deck and watch the sunset or soak in the hot tub before dinner.
2004 Season Rates
The lodge offers packages from 3 nights/2 days and up. A 6 night/5 days of guided fishing package is $2,600.00 per person, double occupancy.
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