2014 Season Expectations-It’s All Good

by Blue Damsel Manager on March 17, 2014

We are ready to kick off our 2014 season and have only good stuff to report!

First, we are proud to announce that we have been named as a finalist for Orvis Endorsed Lodge of the Year, again! We will find out if we won that coveted Lodge of the Year Award at this year’s Orvis Guide Rendezvous on April  6th. We want to thank all you wonderful folks who came out and stayed and fished with us last year. Your survey responses and trip reports on the Orvis website are the primary criteria for selecting the finalists out of the elite group that make up the Orvis endorsed lodges. This feedback was all very kind and complimentary-and the rebookings are just off the chart. So we had a great 2013 season and want to thank all our guests over the past decade who have had the Blue Damsel experience. You have put us on the map!

Second, our fishing report looks wonderful for 2014 and although we are heavily booked already, we still have some availability for each month of our summer/fall season.  Snowpack is well over 100% and it continues to snow! It certainly looks like we will have good stream flows and water temps all season, and that’s about all this fishery needs for phenomenal fishing all summer.  Although we are booked solid for our spring season, we can accommodate small groups here and there from June through early October. Many of you know that our optimum occupancy is 10 and we will offer the lodge exclusively for a group of at least 8. There are only two slots remaining where we can offer exclusivity. The rest of the season, we have someone in the lodge every night.

So, from every perspective, we are expecting the best season ever. If you are thinking about a trip to western Montana this summer, why don’t you get in touch with us right away? You will be glad you did!

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