Hotels for Fishing in the White Mountains
The White Mountains of New Hampshire offer some of the finest outdoor recreation and R&R in the country. With a perch at The Mountain Club on Loon, you’ve got world-class snowsports, hiking, cycling, paddling, and more at your fingertips. Among that “and more” is some magical fishing.
Trout fishing in particular is a prime draw in these parts. Enjoying a room or suite here at The Mountain Club, you’ll have unbeatable slopeside accommodations along with great access to angling, of both the spincasting and fly-fishing variety.
Fishing Destinations Near The Mountain Club on Loon
Whether casting from the bank, wading into the flow, or drifting or paddling by boat, you’ll revel at the premier quality of White Mountain fishing. Our very own Pemigewasset River and its two great branches are a standout New Hampshire trout-fishing destination. So are other easy-to-reach White Mountain streams, including the Swift, the Saco, the Ellis, the Wildcat, and the Ammonoosuc rivers.
You’ve also got lakes and impoundments such as Stinton and Echo lakes and the Moore Reservoir to try your luck upon, and virtually endless opportunities exploring the babbling brooks and quiet ponds of the White Mountain National Forest’s expansive backcountry.
You can obtain a fishing license via the New Hampshire Fish & Game website or from numerous local retailers.
Learn the Ropes of Fly Fishing With New Hampshire Rivers Guide Service
Take to local waters using local knowledge with New Hampshire Rivers Guide Service. Along with guided drift-, wade-, and paddle-angling, this fine outfit offers a popular Northeast Fly Fishing School well worth checking out if you’re at all interested in this elegant and soul-nourishing activity.
Among the locations for this year’s round of the Northeast Fly Fishing School is right here in Lincoln, specifically on July 9th and July 16th.
Enjoy a Fishing Getaway in the White Mountains of New Hampshire at The Mountain Club on Loon
Enjoying ready access to local rivers, brooks, lakes, and ponds, plus some outstanding fishing guides, you can’t do better than the White Mountains for a New England angling escape. And look no further than The Mountain Club on Loon for fishing-friendly accommodations: Besides our proximity to fabulous waters, we offer top-of-the-line slopeside hospitality, including delicious on-site wining and dining at Seasons and the Black Diamond Pub.
Book a fishing trip in New Hampshire’s incomparable White Mountains with a room or suite here at The Mountain Club on Loon today!