Category Archives: Updates

Ricky’s Big Plan

In mid-winter, 2013, I answered an “802” call on my cell. “Hi, my name’s Ricky and I worship brook trout. Seriously, the biggest brook trout freak you’ll ever meet. I own a pub in Vermont and I even named it … Continue reading

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Earth, Wind and Firewood

If you’ve been following this blog a while, or have been to Labrador, or even have read much about the northlands, you know by now that the weather up there is legendary. That’s why we urge insist that all guests bring … Continue reading

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Season #19! (Beginning to feel like a good, long while)

FACEBOOK SCHMACEBOOK! We’re all lost in the ‘hand-held universe’! Yes, I’m lost guilty, too. Didn’t think it would happen. Ever! But as one of our past guests told me, “Social media is 95% of your exposure these days.” Seeing that … Continue reading

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Web Site Is Up and Running

The Three Rivers Lodge web site has been rebuilt and now in service.  You will see some of the old site and many new images and ideas.  We hope that the site will answer your questions, will show you some … Continue reading

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Brook Trout of Our 2011 Season

‘We had a great season this past summer.’ -or- ‘Our 2011 fishing season was beautiful.’ -or perhaps- ‘One of the best, if not the best season ever.’ -well, maybe this- ‘The rivers were teeming with brook trout this summer past.’ … Continue reading

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West Slope Cutthroats and Such

Riding the roads, hiking the trails in Glacier National Park was stirring, especially for those whose eyes are always alert for rivers. On the west side of the park, we crossed the north fork of the Flathead River and despite … Continue reading

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Pictures Heretofore Unseen

Something really unexpected happened this past summer.  Ann and Brad Taylor came up for a week of fly fishing.  They are an interesting, outdoors-loving couple who live adventurous lives, particularly enjoying travel to remote, unsullied places.  Their first day in camp, … Continue reading

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