Big Trout Ranch announces new partnership with Healing Waters Lodge. Click on What’s Happening” above for details!
In 1995 John and Cynthia Osborne were searching to find the ideal place to retire. They searched all over the United States looking for that ” last best place”, and found it in Twin Bridges, Montana. At the time, they were not thinking of vacation rentals, lodging, or guest accommodations. They simply wanted a quiet, rural riverfront place to enjoy the sporting life. After purchasing the ranch, they looked at each other and said, “Okay, now what?”
John’s interest in fly fishing and Cynthia’s interest in restoring historic buildings led to the rest of the story……
Today, guests of the ranch can choose from Three Vacation Homes, spread out over 1400 acres. Located between Twin Bridges and Dillon, the ranch is in the heart of Montana’s finest fishing area.
Don’t expect turn down service or chocolates on your pillows at night, but do expect a clean and comfortable place to stay, spectacular scenery, and exceptional and unpretentious hospitality.
Vacation Home Rentals include:
Vintage Log Cabin (1bd/1ba) Cozy log cabin on the bank of a spring creek. Pet friendly!
Big Brown (4 bd/5 ba), 2800 sq. ft. log home with fantastic mountain views
Kamloops (5 bd/4 ba) 3200 sq.ft. home with great views and an antique high back bar
Private ranch rentals such as these are a rare find. Several miles separate the three accommodation options and thus, all guests enjoy complete privacy. Big Trout Ranch welcomes individuals and families who simply want a great cabin or vacation home, as well as small groups that want a unique ranch experience. The ranch offers the perfect setting for vacationers, anglers, small conferences, and family reunions.
Private Fly Fishing Waters are almost limitless on this Southwest Montana flyfishing ranch. Choose from more than a mile of Beaverhead River frontage, more than 2 miles of private spring creek, and 2 ponds loaded with trout. Guests of the ranch also have access to the world famous Ruby, Big Hole, Jefferson and Madison Rivers.