Riverbend Angler Cabins look out over the first mile of the Big Horn River, one of the most famous tailwater fisheries for trout fishing in the lower 48. These two custom-built cabins on 40± acres of land and a quarter mile of river frontage provide a beautiful place to relax and enjoy the landscape after a long day of fishing the river.
Fort Smith, a small trout bum town, lies at the foot of Yellowtail Dam and the surrounding Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, with ample opportunities for water sports on the expansive lake and camping in the seclusion of the wild Montana wilderness. Riverbend Angler Cabins put you in the center of one of the most sought-after waterfowl and upland bird hunting, as well as world-class trout fly fishing areas in the United States.
The 40± acre property consists of thick brush, cottonwood trees, springs, and coulees with grassland all the way down to the river. These lands are home to pheasants, deer, black bear, and several other critters. Set in Southcentral Montana just north of Wyoming, the cabins are located an hour and a half drive to Billings, Montana to the north and an hour and a half drive to Sheridan, Wyoming to the South.
There is an international airport in Billings and a commercial airport in Sheridan. There is also a 3,837-foot, paved public airstrip at Fort Smith where daylight landings of private planes are permissible. These luxurious cabins offer the ideal location for a Montana fly fishing and hunting property.