Darby, MT – (March 9, 2011)⎯ Triple Creek Ranch, Montana’s all-inclusive hideaway resort, invites travelers on a rare and exciting spring fishing adventure during the upcoming holiday weekend. Visitors to Triple Creek Ranch can celebrate the skwala stonefly hatch on the Bitterroot River, one of the nation’s most famous dry-fly fishing experiences. The skwala stonefly, popular for trout, begin to hatch as winter weather subsides and the river waters begin to warm. A pre-runoff fishing opportunity, it is a chance for avid anglers and beginners alike to get a jump on the trout fishing season.
The four day men’s outdoor sporting event, created and led by owner Craig Barrett, will take place April 5-9, 2012 and combines trap shooting, sporting clays and guided fly fishing for rainbow, cutthroat, cutbow and brown trout. Included in this special four day weekend:
The four-night, all-inclusive package starts from $3,607, double occupancy, ages 16 and over are welcome. Additionally, all participants, wives and companions will be invited to gather for cocktails, stories of the day and a true culinary experience at Triple Creek Ranch’s gourmet dining room each evening. The menu at Triple Creek Ranch showcases innovative and contemporary cuisine infused with traces of the Southwest, West Indies, and Central America.
For additional information, please contact Triple Creek Ranch at 800-654-2943 or visit www.triplecreekranch.com.
About Triple Creek Ranch
Rated the #1 US inn and #6 worldwide hotel in Travel + Leisure Magazine’s 2011 World’s Best Awards and #1 resort and inn in the US and Canada in Travel + Leisure’s 2011 World’s Best Service reader’s poll, as well as a favorite on both the 2011 Conde Nast Traveler “Gold List” and the 2010 and 2011 Condé Nast Traveler “Readers’ Choice” list, Triple Creek Ranch is a Relais & Châteaux member property and an Orvis-endorsed fly-fishing lodge and resort. Set against the breathtaking backdrop of the Montana Rockies, Triple Creek Ranch accommodates adult guests (children age 16 and over are welcome) in 23 luxurious western-style log cabins with wood-burning fireplaces, stocked wet bars, and exceptional original western genre art. The ranch is known for its innovative cuisine, extensive wine cellar, and outstanding service. In addition to the wide range of on ranch activities, guests are encouraged to venture farther afield and experience the mountains, lakes,canyons, wildlife and cowboy culture of the Bitterroot Valley.