Beavers Bend Fly Fishing

Beavers Bend fly fishing enthusiasts flock to the Mountain Fork River area in hopes of landing a mammoth trout. A little help from the pros at Beavers Bend Fly Shop will increase your chances of landing the “Big one” for dinner!

I enjoyed visiting with owner, Roberta Brister at the shop last week. She and husband Eddie, are the new owners and have everything you’ll need to have a successful fly fishing day on Mountain Fork River.

They offer professional guiding services that will teach you the proper techniques and location to trick the trout upon your dinner plate. Their shop is located only a few feet away from the banks of the Mountain Fork River.

Beavers Bend Fly Fishing

Drop by and learn more about fly fishing on your next trip to the Beavers Bend State Park/Broken Bow Lake area. Email your trout catches to us at [email protected], we’d love to see and post them on our social media outlets.

We just opened dates at Mountain Vista cabin in Beavers Bend. Currently, June 30-July 1 and July 6-10 are available. Rare summer openings at one of Broken Bow Lake’s most sought after luxury cabins. Our current guests just called and booked an extra night at our cabin in the prestigious Southern Hills Addition. They’ve been enjoying our complimentary S’mores Kits and exploring the Broken Bow Lake area and all the hot spots that attract two-million annual tourists to our region.

Thousands are currently enjoying the Owa-Chito Festival of the Forest in Beavers Bend State Park, but there’s always something to enjoy here!  The fall Beavers Bend Folk Festival is also a huge hit with tourists. Reserve your luxury cabin dates now for this wonderful event.

Contact us via phone at 405-535-8055 or reserve online. Get to Beavers Bend and enjoy the beautiful river and serenity it provides. A few hours on Mountain Fork River is very good for the soul, and your frying pan!

The rainbow and brown trout in Mountain Fork River are standing by…Fabulous Beavers Bend fly fishing awaits you. What are you waiting for?

By Jerry Isbell