Big Sky is a great location to serve as a base for a Montana fly fishing trip
Bozeman, MT (PRWEB) January 31, 2012
Montana Angler Fly Fishing recently announced a new fly fishing trip package with a large upscale home in Big Sky, MT. The Elk Crossing vacation home is located on the West Fork of the Gallatin and is just 2 miles from the Gallatin River. The large log home offers an upscale interior and plenty of room for larger groups and families. It offers over 4000 square feet of living space and sleeps twelve guests in four bedrooms.
“Big Sky is a great location to serve as a base for a Montana fly fishing trip.” states Montana Angler Fly Fishing outfitter Brian McGeehan. “The blue ribbon Gallatin River runs through a lot of public land inside of Yellowstone National Park and the Gallatin National Forest so guests staying at Elk Crossing have now shortage of places to fish when not on a guided trip. There is also great float fishing on the nearby Madison and Yellowstone Rivers. Big Sky is a great location for folks that also want to combine their fishing vacation with other activities like horseback riding, hiking, rafting and zip line tours. Finding large rental homes with plenty of space for larger groups or big families can be challenging so we are really excited to be able to offer Elk Crossing to our clients.”
The Elk Crossing vacation home provides many nice amenities to anglers including a hot tub, sauna, game room with billiards, and a huge deck that overlooks the creek and Lone Peak. Montana Angler Fly Fishing (http://www.montanaangler.com) is based in Bozeman, MT and specializes in designing fishing vacation packages for their guests. They work with several Montana fly fishing lodges, hotels and vacation rentals across Southwestern Montana.