Fly Shop and Rental Gear

flyshop-rentals-horizontalGuests at the Bighorn River Lodge can’t help but be lured into our well stocked pro shop. The lodge’s fly shop offers a variety of fly fishing equipment that will enhance every anglers enjoyment during their Montana trout fishing vacation.
 
The Bighorn River Lodge fly shop is proud to offer Scott fly rods, Hatch reels, Waterworks-Lamson reels and name brand gear. We offer a full selection of fishing tools and items you may need in order to make your Montana trout fishing trip as enjoyable as possible. You will also find comfortable Simms and Patagonia fishing apparel, along with souvenirs and mementos to commemorate your visit.

All anglers are encouraged to take advantage of the rental gear we offer. The industries best rod and reel combos, waders and felt soled boots in a variety of sizes are available to rent during your fishing trip to Montana’s Bighorn River. You can avoid the hassles of packing your own bulky, personal gear and make use of ours. Plus, you won’t have to worry about packing wet waders and soaked boots in your luggage for your trip home.
 
Theflyshop-rental-vertical top Montana trout fishing experience deserves quality gear. We want to ensure your vacation is the best it possibly can be. Avoid the aggravation of equipment malfunctions or the discomfort of leaky waders.


Premium rental gear and tackle……………………..$45 per day
We currently rent the following quality equipment:
 
*Hatch reels
*Scott A-2 & A-3 Rods
*Scientific Anglers Fly Lines
*Patagonia Breathable Waders
*Patagonia Boots with Felt Soles

"BRL has risen to the great lady she was.  Thanks Rick and Cheryl.  Special thanks to Lance and Debra who are special people.  Finally Nick and Chris, we had a blast.  Thanks again."

~ Joe Mykolayko   Frackville, PA

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