3 Things to Look For in Fishing Lodge Accommodations

28 March 2018
 Categories: Recreation & Sports, Blog


Whilst planning a great holiday for any fishing enthusiast, you can't do any better than making accommodations at a recreational fishing lodge. Although fishing lodge accommodations can vary considerably from one to the next, the great majority of today's fishing lodge accommodations are not just places to sleep but also places from which to truly enjoy the very best that the local area has to offer. Here are some things you might want to look for whilst researching your options for fishing lodge accommodations. 

Luxury Rooms

Many fishing lodges today offer truly luxurious rooms—often just as nice as those you'd find in any luxury resort. Whilst your fishing lodge accommodations might be in the middle of the wilderness, they can also come with luxuries like large screen televisions, extra-large beds with high-quality linens, fireplaces, garden bathtubs and other luxurious features. You'll probably be spending most of your time outdoors on this fishing holiday, but there's no reason that you can't enjoy your time indoors just as much if you choose a lodge that offers these types of luxury features. 

Guided Tours

It's quite common for recreational fishing lodges to offer guided tours today. This can be an important feature to look for, especially since some fishing lodges include a guide and a boat as part of the accommodations. Find out exactly what the guided tours include. Ask questions such as those below to find out what to expect in your tour.

  • Will your group get a private tour with your own guide?
  • How many hours does the tour last each day?
  • Which types of fish can you expect to catch?
  • How many different fishing areas will the tour guide take you to?
  • Are there additional sightseeing options, such as wildlife tours?

Dining Options

As mentioned above, many of today's fishing lodge accommodations offer amenities on par with high-end hotels—and this may extend into the dining options as well. Ask your potential holiday fishing lodge what type of dining they offer, and don't forget to ask for the hours of operation as well. It's quite common for fishing lodge accommodations to offer expansive buffet meals at mid-day and in the evening. Many fishing lodges also have fine dining restaurant in case you have the hankering for prime rib, expertly prepared seafood or other special dishes. 

As you can see from the information above, a fishing lodge holiday can be one of your most memorable and enjoyable holidays ever. Contact potential fishing lodge accommodations well ahead of your holiday to make sure that they offer all of the above—and have a great fishing holiday!