Cliff Dwellers Lodge Winter hotel special:
Nov. 26, 2012 through Feb. 14, 2013
Rooms are $50 per night plus tax for one or two people
Cliff Dwellers Lodge has rooms with cable TV (20 channels), in-room coffee, and the basic amenities. Choices of rooms are ONE king-size bed, TWO doubles or TWO queen-size beds. Also available is a group unit called the HOUSE. This unit sleeps six with two baths, dining area, kitchen, patio with a view, and cable TV. Rates vary with season. The restaurant service will be in full swing, and there will be some great “black board” specials planned to compliment the menu. Patio dining is available, which will be enclosed in the winter months.
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Lees ferry is a 365 days a year trout fishery. And, because of the constant water flow with enormous quantities of insects, scuds and other food, the growth of rainbow trout is extremely rapid.
NOVEMBER – FEBRUARY
Cold mornings, with cool and pleasant days giving way to an afternoon chill. This is spawn time, providing great opportunities to sight-cast to large trout using egg patterns and small attractors. There will often be midge fishing, both wet and dry.
The lodge and the river are about a 5 hour drive from Las Vegas, Phoenix or the San Juan River; seven hours from Salt Lake City and 2 hours from Flagstaff. There is commuter flight service to nearby Page, Arizona. A group of four anglers can economically charter a flight from Phoenix or Las Vegas to Page.
Lees Ferry is a tailwater fishery (water that flows from a dam) with consistent temperature of 46-48 degrees. We are located on the Colorado River directly below Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell. It is the 15.5mile section of river that flows through the last remaining free flowing section of Glen Canyon. The launch ramp is located near the historic Lees Ferry river crossing established by John D Lee. From 1873 until 1927, this was the only place to cross the Colorado River for more than 100 miles in each direction.