Ammonoosuc River fly fishing Bretton Woods
Trails
51
Glades
13
Total Acreage
367.2
Nordic (km)
40.98
Snow Conditions: Machine Groomed / Loose Granular
Snowfall
24hr 0"
48hr 0"
72hr 2"
Keeping it real in teal Mar 01, 2024
Keeping it real in teal
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Fly Fishing at Bretton Woods

Bretton Woods in New Hampshire is the perfect destination for a summer fly fishing getaway. Located at the luxurious Omni Mount Washington Resort, this historic setting offers breathtaking views of the surrounding White Mountains and a range of activities to enjoy in the summer months.

 

Fly fishing is one of the most popular ways to explore the area offered at Bretton Woods. With access to miles of pristine mountain trout streams, you can enjoy an unforgettable experience of casting your line into some of the best trout fishing spots in New England. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned fisherman, there are plenty of opportunities to catch some big ones! Guided tours are available to help you learn more about fly fishing techniques and what type of lures work best in different conditions.

 

When not out on the waters, there is plenty more to explore around Bretton Woods. The area boasts some stunning hiking trails that will take you up close and personal with nature as well as offering amazing views from different vantage points.

 

Whether it's for an outdoor adventure or just pure relaxation and rejuvenation that you seek this summer, look no further than Bretton Woods in New Hampshire. Make sure to bring your fishing gear or you can rent ours before you head out angling the Ammonoosuc River or any number of local rivers and streams on a casting lesson or four-hour guided river adventure.

New Hampshire fishing licenses are required for fishing off property and may be purchased online before your visit or the Activities Concierge, located in the Great Hall of the Omni Mount Washington Hotel, can assist you in obtaining one. For more information, please call the Adventure Center at 603-278-3320. Guided instruction and guided trips are available upon request.

Fly Fishing Rental Equipment

Head on over to the Stone Pillar Lodge (adjacent to the golf clubhouse) where our helpful staff can assist in getting you set up for fly-fishing success! Whether you would like to dabble in Tenkara or keep it classic, we have both styles of rods with all the bells and whistles to help you catch a trophy fish! Rentals and guided clinic can be reserved in advanced online. For more information, please call 603-278-3320.

2023 Fly Fishing Rental Schedule

Thursday-Monday: May 25 - June 17     
9am - 2pm
All equipment due back prior to 4pm

Daily: June 18 -October 15
9am - 3pm
All equipment due back prior to 5pm

2023 Fly Fishing Rental Rates

  Resort Guest      Public     
1/2-Day Fly Fishing Outfit $25 $30
Full-Day Fly Fishing Outfit $30 $37
Overnight Fly Fishing Outfit $35 $40
Small Flies $2
Large Flies $4

If the fly fishing equipment is for fishing at the pond at Omni Mount Washington Resort, a New Hampshire fishing license is not required. All other fishing locations require a valid New Hampshire fishing license which can be purchased online at the New Hampshire Fish and Game website.

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CANCELLATION POLICY

  • All orders are charged in full at the time of the reservation. Changes or cancellations made 48 hours prior to arrival date are fully refundable. Changes or cancellations made less than 48 hours prior to arrival date are non-refundable and non-changeable.
  • Please pay careful attention to local weather forecasts for any outdoor activities if you feel that you do not want to participate in certain weather conditions.
  • You will not be given a refund or a gift certificate if you are late or do not show up for your activity.
  • If your activity is cancelled by Bretton Woods due to weather or other unforeseeable conditions, you will receive a full refund or have the opportunity to reschedule. We will make every attempt to contact you at least 48 hours ahead of time however; this 48-hour notice may not always be possible due to the unpredictable nature of the weather in New Hampshire.