Our Lodge & Montana Fly Fishing Program
At the Blue Damsel Lodge it’s all about you – your fly fishing vacation and lodge adventure. Ultimately, it’s all about what you take home with you. Great fly fishing, food and friendship build great memories. Sharing a fishing trip with a friend and guide builds lifelong bonds. Learning more about our rich western history and improving in some area of our sport puts new dimensions in lives. Recreation re-creates.
Blue Damsel Lodge Expert, Friendly Staff
The key to a great lodge experience is the people, both staff & guests. You & probably only 9 others will be treated as guests & friends by everyone; Keith & his team are all truly glad to have you as their guests. Your requests, comments and interests will be heard & details will be attended to; because they simply all care.
Expect to be met at the airport & driven to the lodge by courteous, professional staff members who can answer just about any question you have about the area, the lodge or the rivers. The scenery is grand, the wildlife plentiful & in less than 45 minutes you will be greeted at the front door of the Blue Damsel Lodge. The chef will please you with beautiful presentation & gourmet cuisine. Appetizers are served at cocktail hour after your return from fishing. Breakfast and dinner schedules are coordinated with fishing. Don’t worry, you will be awakened at the right time, & dinner will be ready when you are. Wine is served with dinner. Tasty lunches are usually prepared streamside by our guides, who are simply as good a guide staff as exists in the business.
Your Montana Fly Fishing Trip
Your fishing days will be spent with these knowledgeable, professional, courteous Montana fly fishing guides-all licensed under the licensed Montana Outfitters that we work with and hand selected with you in mind. Before dinner, you can relax and enjoy a cocktail & appetizers and share the day’s adventures with your fellow guests. Or, do some self guided fishing in Rock Creek out back. Or play a game of horse shoes. Or take a walk into the National Forest. Or sit on the deck and spot Moose. After dinner, if you aren’t ready for bed, the staff will build a fire in one of the outdoor fire pits and you can sit up for a while. If you are curious about the array of acoustic instruments in the den, they are broken out on request around that campfire. Many guests think that is even better than the tales that are told out there.