Trout Unlimited Women's Trip at Hubbard's Yellowstone Lodge
Experience Montana fly fishing at its best on this trip to Hubbard's Yellowstone Lodge.
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July 15-19, 2023
July 19-23, 2023
From $3,350 per angler, double occupancy
- Fish the legendary waters of the Yellowstone watershed
- Learn fishing tips and techniques from the local guides
- Give back To TU's Stream Girls program
- 4 night package includes 3 days of guided fishing, accommodations and all meals
- 2-time Orvis Endorsed Lodge of the Year
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Trout Unlimited Women's Trip to Hubbard's Yellowstone Lodge:
Dates (4 nights, 3 days of guided fishing):
July 15-19, 2023
July 19-23, 2023
From $3,350 per angler, double occupancy (shard room and shared guide)
Other options include:
- $2,300 per non-angler, sharing a room with an angler
- $4,350 per angler, shared room, private guide
- $4,600 per angler, private room, shared guide
- $5,600 per angler, private room and private guide
Each angler package includes:
- 4 nights' accommodations and 3 meals daily
- 3 full days of guided fly fishing for anglers on a variety of area waters, including float trips, wade trips and stillwater fishing
- Access to the lodge's private waters (Merrell Lake)
- Fly Fishing equipment if needed (rods, reels, line and waders) and all flies
- Guided horseback riding on the ranch in place of fishing, if you choose (available a la carte for non-anglers)
- Airfare to Bozeman, Montana
- Rental car
- Private transfers to the lodge on arrival and departure days ($300/car, roundtrip)
- Meals before checking in or after checking out of Hubbard's
- $5 per person per night accommodations tax (payable at check-out)
- Alcoholic beverages
- Items of a personal nature, phone calls, park entry fees and fishing licenses.
- Guided non-angling activities (arranged on-site)
- Trip Cancellation insurance
Arrival Day at Hubbard’s
Check in is sometime after 2:00 PM. Guests arrive in Bozeman and pick up a rental car or meet their driver for the drive to the lodge. When you get to the lodge you will have the opportunity to get your Montana fishing license, unpack and settle in. Guests are free to arrive in Bozeman at any time, but it is recommended that you arrive before 5:00 PM, to participate in the welcome reception and dinner. Dinner served on the lodge’s patio overlooking the Yellowstone River’s Paradise Valley. Dinners are included in your package. Relax in the main lodge saloon while getting to know the rest of the group.
Breakfast service begins at 7:15 AM. Breakfasts are included in your package and served in the lodge’s main dining room. After breakfast, anglers are paired up, 2 anglers per guide, and depart for a full day of fly fishing on a variety of waters in the area. Non-anglers are free to explore the area on their own, relax around the lodge, or participate in activities arranged with the assistance of the lodge’s staff. All guests have the option of taking lunch in the field, or returning to the lodge for lunch. Around 5:00 PM, all anglers will return to the lodge and have time to shower and join us for Happy Hour in the lodge’s saloon. Around 8:00 PM, dinner is served in the lodge’s dining room. You can enjoy individual seating or join other lodge guests if you prefer.
Departure Day from Hubbard’s
Breakfast service begins at 7:15 AM in the lodge’s dining room. Check-out of the lodge is around 11:00 AM and you will drive or take a private transfer back to the airport in Bozeman in time to catch your flight or continue on to another Orvis Adventures destination.
Located on a mountain lake about an hour’s drive south of Bozeman, this Montana fly fishing lodge fits its western landscape perfectly. Lodging, food and service are all equal to the scenery and what you’d expect from an Orvis Endorsed Lodge. It’s a sophisticated western environment where the day starts with strong coffee, fresh baked pastries, omelets cooked to order and fresh fruit. Lunch is typically taken on the river or trail, where you’ll have sandwiches, salads and beverages. The bar is a relaxing place to congregate before dinner and carries some interesting local microbrews and California wines. Dinners are a mixture of western–expect a traditional steak barbecue–and French inspired Rocky Mountain cuisine with gourmet flair. Rooms are large and comfortable with one or two queen sized beds covered in traditional western Pendleton wool blankets. Each room has a large, private bathroom.
Hubbard’s Yellowstone Lodge has twice been recognized as the Orvis Endorsed Lodge of the Year. The lodge’s central location allows guests and their fly fishing guides to access a wide variety of waters within an hour and half drive, including the well-known Yellowstone River, Gardiner River, Slough Creek and Soda Butte Creek. Whether you like Western-style float trips or wading a small mountain stream, this area has it all. Non-anglers will appreciate the lodge’s proximity to Yellowstone National Park, only 30 minutes away. A variety of guided outdoor activities are available for non-anglers to choose from, all of which can be set up directly with the lodge upon arrival.
Hubbard’s Yellowstone Lodge was selected for this trip because of the area’s natural beauty, the lodge’s personalized service and its location in the middle of Southwest Montana’s best Blue Ribbon trout streams. You can be sure the guides will take you to the best of them, based on the fishing conditions and your individual angling preferences. The lodge is just a few miles from the Yellowstone River, and a short drive from the fabled trout streams of Yellowstone National Park’s northeastern corner. In addition to these well-known trout fishing gems, the lodge’s guides have access to some of the lesser known and more hidden away streams and mountain lakes. The lodge even has its own trophy trout lake, Merrell Lake, located right next to the lodge. The guides can assist novice anglers as well as seasoned veterans. Their courteous manner, knowledge, and fun-filled attitudes will put you at ease and provide the best environment for a great fishing trip.
There’s lots of horseback riding at Hubbard’s, and the ranch can accommodate beginning and expert riders. There are trail rides as well as “free” riding which allows advanced riders a chance to let their horse run. You can even participate in helping move cattle if you’re inclined. The ranch has over 20 square miles of land and is steeped in horse culture, so it’s an exceptional place to ride. That said, there is more than just fly fishing and horseback riding. There are hiking trails all over the ranch, and Hubbard’s guides are always happy to get out and stretch their legs with you and show you around. Wildlife is abundant, with elk, deer, birds of all shapes and sizes, bears, and more. Yellowstone National Park is just down the road, and offers several days’ worth of sightseeing, and the lodge can arrange all types of trips into the Park. White water rafting is also available on the nearby Yellowstone River.
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