The Dream of a Lifetime. Five Rivers Lodge is open for Montana fly fishing year around and offers comfortable elegance in a place considered to have the last
un-crowded blue ribbon fisheries in the United States. Visitors will have the opportunity to fish Montana's Beaverhead River, Big Hole River, Ruby River,
Jefferson River and Madison River, plus several private spring creeks and ponds that receive little fishing pressure. Five Rivers Lodge, the
two acres of spring fed ponds, and the extensive lodge gardens, were designed to integrate Montana's natural resources. Birds, waterfowl, wildlife, and wildflowers are
abundant in this mountainous section of the Lewis and Clark trail located in Southwest Montana.
Non-fishing activities include horseback riding, hiking, and photography. The lodge facilities are spacious, attractive, and very comfortable, with several gatherings areas to use while you wait for dinner. The library has hundreds of books on fly fishing Montana, cooking, and Montana wildlife. There is also a fly tying bench well stocked with the materials needed to match Montana's local hatches.
2 day/3 night $ 1,795.00
3 day/4 night $ 2,395.00
4 day/5 night $ 2,995.00
5 day/6 night $ 3,625.00
6 day/7 night $ 4,095.00
Rates are based on double occupancy, two anglers per guide.
∗ Single angler options:
Single room supplement @ $125 per night.
Supplement for one angler with a guide @ $250 per day.
Rod fees on the private waters are $100 a day, per person.
To make a reservation, please give us a call any day of the week at
(916) 722-1055 during regular business hours. We can give you detailed explanations to any questions you might have, check on availability, and confirm your reservation in minutes.