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Caddis Cabin

cabin-horizontalFor those who want to explore the Bighorn River valley on their own but still want the comforts of home, the Caddis Cabin is for you.

Used by the owners of the Bighorn River Lodge when they visit the river, the Caddis Cabin offers all of the amenities of our lodge, without the services. This Montana style cabin in located at the famous Bighorn Access (thirteen miles below the Afterbay boat ramp) making it a perfect destination for those who want a “do it yourself” fly fishing adventure.

 The Caddis Cabin will comfortably sleep five guests and features two bedrooms, one outfitted with a pair of twin-sized beds while the second features two queen mattresses. The sofa in the main living quarters pulls out to sleep one more. The cabin offers three private three quarter bathrooms. Bring your own food to prepare your favorite meals in our modern kitchen or step outside onto one of our two decks and use the grill. All cookware is provided. The living area with its flat screen tv offers the opportunity to relax after a prolific day of fly fishing on the Bighorn river.
 
cabin-verticalGuide services, meals, upstream transportation and other equipment and services are not included in the rental of the Caddis Cabin unless otherwise set up with our staff.
 
$350 per night (four or less), $400 per night  (groups of 5), 2 night minimum

"Yet another wonderful fishing experience!  Can't wait for the next trip as always.  Love this place and friends here!"

~ Dave Dilts  Lebanon, TN

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