Escape to Montana’s historic Firehole Ranch for the rare opportunity to fish some of the most famed wild trout waters in the Rocky Mountain West. Legendary rivers like the Yellowstone, Madison, Ruby, Gallatin, Firehole, Henry’s Fork, Lamar, Soda Butte, and more, offer absolutely unforgettable fishing in some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. Since 1947, this classic Montana lodge, named after the dramatic Firehole River, has provided discriminating fly fishing enthusiasts an intimate, historic retreat. Its serene location, combined with the unmatched variety and abundance of blue-ribbon trout waters, provide an incomparable fly fishing experience. Nestled on the shore of Hebgen Lake and tucked against the mighty Madison mountain range, the 640-acre Firehole Ranch is just outside Yellowstone National Park. Listed as a National Historic District, it is a cultural and architectural landmark.  Handcrafted in the 1940’s from the surrounding Lodge pole Pine, the main lodge and cabins have been lovingly maintained over the years to retain the original style, elegance, and grace of yesteryear.