Host your Annual Trout Fishing Trip at Lone Elk Lodge in Montana

Lone Elk Lodge is centrally located near some of the best trout fishing and most diverse locations our fine state has to offer.  From March to November with lake fishing available year-round, Lone Elk Lodge can provide the accommodations you’ll love to come home to after a long day on the water.


When it comes to planning your annual fishing trips, we know you’ll feel right at home in one of our three fully furnished, all-season condominiums or studio suite.

  • Fishing a great Blackfeet Indain reservation lake
  • 13lb male
  • Another monster

Fishing the Lakes and Streams at Blackfeet Indian Reservation

Along the eastern slopes of the Rockies in northwest Montana, Blackfeet Indian Reservation spans 1.5 million acres and houses eight major lakes and 175 miles of fishing streams perfect for your fishing vacation.


The hardy fisherman will find that in the early spring after the ice breaks, monster trout are hungry, and a well-baited line will provide a lifetime experience and bragging rights. Fishing the many lakes on the reservation can be very productive, as they are primed to produce trophy trout that’s said to grow an inch per month in its first four years. Twenty-inch trout are common, and don't be surprised to hook one much bigger. 


The locals may prefer to keep this hidden treasure a secret, but realize it’s just too good to keep all to themselves. With whitefish, cutthroat, an occasional rainbow, and the only place to fish for bull trout in Montana, you’re sure to embark on a fishing adventure that reels in its own rewards when you fish in Blackfeet country.


We can arrange an experienced fishing guide to help you find that prized trophy fish in the richly stocked reservation lakes of Blackfeet. Daily or Season licenses are available.

Trout Fishing Glacier Park

Glacier National Park does not require a license for fishing. That fee is built into your park entrance permit. Most of the lakes you hike to in Glacier are from two to six miles one way. You'll find that the fishing experience is worth the effort of the hike. You will be rewarded to a great catch and a beautiful hike.
  • Fly fishing Saint Mary River
  • Old Man Lake with friends