[b]Fishing enthusiasts enjoy staying with us because we:[/b] [list] [*]We are 5 minute walk to the Clark Fork River & Thompson Falls Reservoir [*]We are 5 mintue drive to the Thompson River [*]Surrounded by National Forests with trails to 63 alpine lakes [*]Year round fishing [*]There are boat launches throughout the county [*]We have ample parking for trucks and boat trailers [*]We're happy to refer you to local fishing guides: [list] [*][url=http://www.rockypointoutfitters.com/]Rocky Point Outfitters[/url], Dean Haun 406-827-1600 [/list] [/list] Visit Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks - for [url=http://fwp.mt.gov/fishing/license/]Fishing Regulations & Licenses[/url]
[b]Outdoor Life Magazine, April 2012 [url=http://www.outdoorlife.com/blogs/newshound/2012/04/35-best-hunting-and-fishing-towns-us]The 35 Best Hunting & Fishing Towns in the US[/url][/b] Thompson Falls was chosen #16 [b]BASS Master Magazine [url=http://www.bassmaster.com/slideshow/bassmasters-best-bass-lakes]Bassmaster's 100 best bass lakes of 2012[/url][/b] Chose Noxon Rapid Reservoir as the #65 of top 100 places for bass fishing. Noxon Rapids starts below the Thompson Falls Dam, just a 5 minute walk to the lake or a 5 minute drive to the Flatiron Ridge Boat Launch.
[b]Field & Stream, June 2008 [/b]Excerpt from [i]The Montana Experiment [/i]by Joe Cermele "After lunch at the Thompson Grill, we drove back through Snider and turned off into a small campsite to access a different stretch of the Thompson [River]. Here we found glassy pools, fast -water pockets, and good dry-fly water. Within my first five casts, I was into a rainbow that went a solid 20 inches. We picked our way through some whitefish to score a few smaller browns on nymphs. Mark also dropped another hog on a black eddy. You can wade and walk the banks for miles here."