Tell Me More About the Lodge

    Healing Waters Lodge sits in the heart of the Ruby valley on about 20 acres, with a large trout pond, surrounded by cottonwoods, farm and ranch land with beautiful views in all directions. Healing Waters Lodge property includes: Original lodge building:  Sitting sitting room, guest business office, bathroom, full kitchen, pool table, and Direct TV […]

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Fly Fishing in Southwest Montana with Healing Waters Lodge

Dr. Clark’s smile is almost as big as his heart. This week, he generously volunteered to help us take a group of injured and disabled military service members from Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, Inc., fly fishing on various rivers, streams and ponds in the area. Thank you, Dr. Clark!

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Fly Fishing in Southwest Montana with Healing Waters Lodge

Healing Waters Lodge has a reputation for being a superior fly fishing lodge in the Twin Bridges area.  The lodge is located in the Ruby Valley between the towns of Sheridan and Twin Bridges and has views in every direction, a fly fishing pond and is surrounded by cottonwood trees.  Everything about the lodge is […]

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Fly Fishing in Southwest Montana with Healing Waters Lodge

Healing Waters Lodge has a reputation for being a superior fly fishing lodge in the Twin Bridges area.  The lodge is located in the Ruby valley between the towns of Sheridan and Twin Bridges and has views in every direction, a casting pond and is surrounded by old cottonwoods.  Everything about the lodge is designed […]

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Fly Fishing in Southwest Montana with Healing Waters Lodge

Our website has a tab called Other Activities.  The page lists links of interesting things to do and see around the Ruby valley and surrounding areas.  Ghost towns, Yellowstone National park, Museum of the Rockies, birdwatching, day hikes, and golf, just to name a few.  So if your casting arm needs a day off from fishing or you are […]

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Fly Fishing in Southwest Montana With Healing Waters Lodge

Let the season of fish photos begin!  Healing Waters Lodge is open for business and we look forward to another wonderful season. For information about lodge reservations, just a day trip or perhaps a Smith River float, please give Mike Geary a call at 406-459-2030.

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Who’s Rowing The Boat? – Healing Waters Lodge March Newsletter

Who’s Rowing The Boat? Guides If bookings are an indication, than both Healing Waters Lodge and Lewis and Clark Expeditions are excelling.  The primary force behind this success are the men and women that row boats for us.  As a business, we can excel on many levels but if we have hoople-heads as guides, then our […]

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Fly Fishing with Healing Waters Lodge in Southwest Montana

At Healing Waters Lodge we believe that we have more angling choices within easy driving distance than any other outfitters in Montana.  You can float the large rivers such as the Beaverhead, Big Hole, Jefferson, and Madison.  You can walk wade on smaller meadow streams like the Ruby, the Upper Clark Fork, the South Boulder […]

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2016 Fly Fishing Season At Healing Waters Lodge is Cooking Good

Below are examples of the creative menu that Chef Bennett is working on for breakfast and lunch this season at Healing Waters Lodge: At breakfast, we offer fresh ground brewed coffee, teas, a variety of juices and freshly made fruit smoothies.  Hot steel cut oats, homemade granola and other cereals, yogurt, and fresh fruit are […]

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