Nestled in the heart of Bozeman’s historic downtown, Bozeman Fishing Lodge is your gateway to world class fly fishing, luxury accommodations and the opportunity to experience everything that this vibrant, western town has to offer. Jake and Laura Gryzb, owners and operators of Bozeman Fishing Lodge, want to share the incredible fly fishing and vibrant community that has captivated their hearts and souls. Unlike most lodges in the region Jake and Laura’s operation is best thought of as a warm and friendly fly fishing bed and breakfast. Jake is an experienced outfitter with more than a decade of experience guiding the waters surrounding Bozeman, while Laura imparts her service-oriented and “eager to please” attitude into running the lodge. This place is easy to reach, perfect for short getaways, close to some of the most fabled trout streams in the west and is within easy walking distance to all the amenities of downtown Bozeman.
Bozeman Fishing Lodge is located in the heart of downtown Bozeman, Montana.
Bozeman Fishing Lodge sits geographically in the center of some of Montana’s best trout streams. Guests have the option of floating the larger rivers such as the Yellowstone, Madison and Jefferson or walk and wade on smaller streams like the Rub, Lamar and Gardiner Rivers in Yellowstone National Park. Guides also have access to several private streams that may require an additional rod fee.
Due to Bozeman Fishing Lodge’s location, guests can easily explore all of the wonderful restaurants, local events, art galleries, coffee shops and nightlife of Bozeman, Montana on foot. With a rental car, guests can explore Yellowstone National Park via the North Entrance, located an hour and a half south at Gardiner, MT.
Accommodations and Meals
Bozeman Fishing Lodge is a luxury home that was built in the late 1880s. In fact, it was one of the first homes built on historic Wilson Avenue in the downtown area. The lodge has been restored and refinished to maintain the lovely antique character of the building, and blend its classic appeal with modern, high-end comforts creating an elegant, boutique-style B & B. Bozeman Fishing Lodge sleeps two to six anglers in three double occupancy bedrooms. Each bedroom has a king bed that can be split into two XL twin beds. The master bedroom has a spacious en suite bathroom and the other two bedrooms share a full bath upstairs. An additional bathroom is available on the ground floor.
Breakfasts typically consist of freshly baked muffins and pastries, warm quiche, fresh fruit, yogurt and granola. While you are out on the water, your guide will provide a hearty and delicious shore lunch—the perfect fuel for the rest of your day of trout fishing! Back at the lodge in the evening, guests can enjoy a hot shower followed by local microbrew or glass of wine on the lodge’s back deck before hitting the town for dinner. Dinner is on your own, so guests have the opportunity to explore the many excellent restaurants immediately surrounding the lodge. Additionally, if you are interested in dining in house, Jake and Laura are happy to arrange for a private chef to come to the lodge for an exquisite, catered meal.
Day 1: Arrive Bozeman, MT. A lodge representative will pick you up at the airport and transfer you 15 minutes to the lodge.
Days 2 - 5: Full days of guided fishing.
Day 6: Depart lodge.
Typical Daily Schedule
7:00 AM: Breakfast
7:30 AM: Depart for the river
6:00 - 6:30 PM: Return to the lodge
6:30 PM: Relax at the lodge, enjoy appetizers, clean up from fishing
7:00 PM: Walk downtown for dinner
2020 Rate: $2,675 per person for a 5 night / 4 day package, based on a group of two
*Additional packages available, rate dependent on number of guests, variable length of stay is welcome
Included: Lodging, breakfast and lunch, guided fishing, airport shuttles, fishing tackle and flies
Not Included: Airfare, dinners, alcohol, staff and guide gratuities
Species: Rainbow trout, brown trout, cutthroat trout
Season: April to October
Capacity: 2 - 6 guests
Map: Bozeman, MT