Nestled between Cannon Falls and Trophy Falls, the cabin is the perfect retreat for a party of 4. The cabin is outfitted with the following:
- Handmade Stone Fireplace
- Full Bath and Kitchen
- Covered Porch
- Gas Grill, Down Comforters
- Handmade Quilts and Antiques
- Gourmet Coffee and Snacks
- We are a non-smoking facility
The Property has access to three streams. The waters contain brown, rainbow, and even brook trout. The fish range in size from 8 inches to over 9 pounds! Since the waters are relatively high up in the mountains and close to the spring source, they remain cool and clear year round. The streams are all very "wade-able" waters. The deep pools are below the falls and are easily accessible for fishing. Some of the pools are over 18 feet deep with plenty of large "pigs". These streams are not for every fly-fisherman. Access can be a challenge in some spots, but with this difficult access comes the reward of catching some beautiful wild fish.
We have restricted the stream's fishing to fly-fishing only. We use only barb-less hooks and prefer the use of a guide since many of the fish are so large you risk injuring the fish without proper handling. Dry fly-fishing is a must on this water. Terrestrials always work well, with hoppers being a favorite of the rainbows. As the water cools down, we tend to do more nymph fishing, but we have still caught them on dry flies. We would suggest a 4 or 5 weight rod as ideal since the stream does not require long casts. However, you do need to be a hunter on this stream as the water is shallow and clear. The fish are in every hole, but you need to be smart and quiet to catch them. We only allow 4 fisherman on the river per day. This helps to keep the fishing pressure to a minimum to maximize the experience.