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Join us for lodging and fly fishing on the Big Hole River in Montana. This luxury vacation rental is complete with all the finest amenities and furnishings. Silver Bow Club offers ... morefly fishing vacation packages that include fishing trips on the Big Hole River and 5-Star accommodations. The Silver Bow Club is a unique opportunity to stay in Montana at one of the top luxury lodges while fishing!
Packages include accommodations, meals, and guides. All package prices are based on double occupancy and a shared guide. A 7% Montana lodging tax has been added.
3 night packages include 2 days of guided fishing.
4 night packages include 3 days of guided fishing.
5 night packages include 4 days of guided fishing.
6 night packages include 5 days of guided fishing.
Note: Pricing requires double occupancy
Fishing the Big Hole River
The Big Hole River, often referred to as the ‘Last Best River‘, begins at Skinner Lake, high in the Beaverhead Mountains of Southwest Montana. This free flowing, Blue Ribbon Trout Stream is home to fluvial Arctic Grayling, Cutthroats, Brook Trout, Mountain Whitefish, Brown Trout and Rainbow Trout. Wild and free, the Big Hole River rises near the small town of Jackson, Montana and flows more than 150 miles to join the Ruby and the Beaverhead River to form the Jefferson River in Twin Bridges, Montana. From our location, its easy to sample some of the best Montana fishing.
River at the Silver Bow Club
The Silver Bow Club boasts 3.5 miles of riverfront on the Big Hole River in the Canyon Stretch. Located approximately 50 river miles from the confluence of the Jefferson, the Silver Bow Club sits on the best stretch of river in terms of fish size and population. Our guests are encouraged to access the river by crossing the hay meadows and access the numerous pools, riffles and runs. Only during spring run-off is the river too high to wade comfortably. For those who prefer to float, the Big Hole River offers numerous boat launches. Just upstream from the Silver Bow Club is the Divide Bridge access. Here you’ll find an easy boat launch and picnic area. Downstream, is the Maiden Rock Fishing Access. Float the beautiful canyon for some of the best fly fishing the Big Hole River has to offer.
We specialize in guiding on the Big Hole river. We cater to anglers of all skill levels, from beginner fly fishermen looking to catch that first trout on a fly, to the seasoned angler ... moreseeking a veteran Montana fishing guide who knows these waters like the back of their hand. Our experienced guides will work hard to help you have a first-rate Montana fly fishing experience.
Fed by three different mountain ranges, dozens of freestone creeks and flowing over 100 miles, the Big Hole River is one of those places you just can't get off your mind. Often referred ... moreto as "The Last Best River", the Big Hole fishes well from ice out in April until the winter weather hits in November. Limited outfitter use makes this river a first choice for many of our guest anglers.
What the Big Hole offers:
Over 100 miles of fishable water.
Freestone trout fishing.. No dams here.
More colors of mayflies than you have in your box.
Caddis hatches that can require dust masks.
Stonefly hatches that bring even the largest of trout to the surface.
Brown and Rainbow trout that will test every skill you have.
6 months of changing conditions - great early and late season opportunities.
Fishable at high and low flows
Side channels, dry fly slicks, and nymphing riffles.
Trout fishing the way it was meant to be.
Montana’s Last Best Fly Fishing Lodge The Stonefly Inn and Outfitters is a privately owned Fly Fishing Lodge in rural Montana. No stop lights or tourist traps here – just countless ... moremiles of Blue Ribbon Trout Water, an overwhelming number of Trout and the occasional cattle drive. Because of our location, we often do not see the fishing pressure some of the other areas of the state have to deal with. In Twin Bridges, you can truly unwind and enjoy your Montana Fly Fishing Vacation along with the solitude and vastness of Southwest Montana. The days are longer, the fish are bigger and the beer is colder.
Here at The Stonefly, Dan “Rooster” Leavens and his entire staff of Montana Fly Fishing Guides are dedicated to providing you a Montana Fly Fishing Vacation that will leave you wanting to return year after year. Our average return ratio hovers around 95% season after season and Rooster goes out of his way to keep it that way.
A typical day at The Stonefly will start with breakfast with your Montana Fly fishing Guide before you head to one of our local rivers to fish. During the day, you can expect professional instruction while you employ seemingly endless techniques to catch fish. With so many rivers to pick from, each day is certain to be different. Returning to the lodge, you’ll find fresh appetizers in the Roost Lounge and take a little time to unwind and tell a fish story or two over a cocktail. Dinners are prepared by our in house chef, Glen Hornsby – a veteran chef of over 20 years in the fly fishing industry. Following dinner, nightly campfires are the norm complete with after dinner cocktails, joke telling, guitar picking and plenty of storytelling.
During your Montana Fly Fishing Vacation, you will always feel welcome at The Stonefly. You can count on professional instruction from your Montana Fly Fishing Guides, top shelf “Farm to Table” meals and courteous service from our staff. You have our word on it. Odds are, you’ll catch a few great fish while you are here as well!
Pricing based on double occupancy
The Big Hole River, a freestone river is born high in the Deerlodge-Beaverhead National forest at Skinner Lake where it flows out into the massive and beautiful Big Hole Valley named ... moreby early fur trapper's because of it's large bowl shaped valley. Nicknamed "Valley of Ten Thousand Haystacks" after early ranchers devised the Beaverslide hay stacker to store their hay in big pile's. The Big Hole River is joined by the North Fork of the Big Hole near Wisdom and flows gently through mostly ranch land and pasture with grassy banks and willow lined banks. It's main tributary the Wise River joins the Big Hole in the town of the same name and is where the Big Hole start's to pick up tempo as it flow's through Dewey Canyon with class two and three rapids and some of the river's best pocket water. Home to an estimated 3500 plus wild brown,rainbow, cuthroat and per mile as well as North America's last wild population of Arctic Grayling The Big Hole is a fly fisher's paradise. Flowing through the town of Divide and into Maiden Rock Canyon the Big Hole here is fast pocket water, big boulders and deep holes that that are best accessed and fished with a drift boat. As the river comes out of Maiden Rock, slows as it flows lazily through the town of Melrose and Glenn through Cottonwood lined river bottom and ranch land. Hatches include cloud's of Mother's Day Caddis, Salmon Flies in June, Yellow Sallies and PMD's in July followed by Trico's and terrestrials in autumn, the Big Hole is what you imagine when you close your eyes and dream up the ultimate trout stream! Let the guides at Fishtales show you a day on the Big Hole you won't soon forget!
The Big Hole River, outside of Ennis is one of the top blue-ribbon rivers in Montana. The guide staff at the Upland Angler is an extremely qualified, experienced group of professionals ... morewho have grown up fishing the local waters. We specialize in the Big Hole River and provide a variety of skills from beginner anglers, to experts alike. No matter where or how you choose to fish, we will strive to make your experience a truly enjoyable one.
How often do you get to put your nymphs and streamers at home? Join us on a dry fly day to remember on the Big Hole. Enjoy fishing on one of the top blue ribbon fisheries in Montana ... morewith one of the most experienced Outfitters on the Big Hole. Regardless of ability gain new skills and techniques while enjoying the thrill of fishing dries.
Depending on the season and what is catching, fly choices may change.