Trip Packages and Rates
Anyone who's put in their dues on the shore can tell you that driving home after a long day of steelheading can be a serious drag- especially if it's a long drive. We are proud to offer our anglers top of the line accomodations at a very reasonable price. Located about 10 miles north of Two Harbors, Grand Superior Lodge offers deluxe lodging in an ideal location for the traveling angler. We typically reserve two-bedroom lodge units for our packaged trips, but arrangements can be made for any of Grand Superior's numerous offerings.
|Our lodging option also offers the opportunity for anglers to combine a fishing trip with a family vacation or just a quick getaway. The north shore has a variety of activities that will keep the non-anglers happy while you're on the rivers, and Grand Superior has numerous amenities such as a full-service gourmet restaurant and bar, indoor pool, whirlpool, and sauna to make the night (or nights) of your stay as pleasant as possible.
For more information on the fine accomodations at Grand Superior, please visit their website, www.grandsuperior.com
Rates for the 2008 season are $250 for the first rod and $125 for a second. Groups of more than two will typically require a second guide at the same rates. Please contact the shop to discuss special circumstances or any other questions. A minimum 50% deposit is required to reserve your date(s). Deposits are refundable for cancellations made at least 15 days prior to the trip. In the event that a trip cannot be made due to adverse weather or water conditions we will do our best to reschedule, but a full refund will be issued if this is not possible.
What you need:
- A comfortable set of waders that don't leak. Breathables are more comfortable for walking and making crossings, but neoprene will work as well. Felt soled boots are strongly suggested as well- they provide much better footing than lug soles which leads to safer (and drier) crossings. Check out our online store for our selection of wading gear.
- An outer shell (ideally waterproof) and enough layers to be comfortable in a wide range of conditions. Always bring more than you think you need- you will fish much more effectively if the weather is not an issue.
- A comfortable hat and a good pair of polarized sunglasses.
- A willingness and desire to learn the techniques neccessary to be successful. Our guides are there to teach, but the more you can prepare beforehand, the better off you will be. Contact the shop or your guide for more information on the specifics of your trip.
- All flies and terminal tackle, such as tippet/ leader material and weight.
- Upon request, a rod and reel outfit- typically a 9' or 9' 6" 8wt with a floating line.
- Transportation from an arranged meeting location.
note: if you are fishing with more than two anglers, or you would prefer to use your own vehicle please let us know so that we can plan accordingly.