Wow, what a terrific year! Great fishing, great stories, and great friends — on behalf of the RSL crew, we want to give you our heartfelt thanks for making it so successful, and so memorable.
As we look to next year, there are two important things we want to relay:
First, make sure to nail down your dates if you haven't done so. We're moving slowly back to the 'classic' Ruby Springs experience, which means capping guest capacity at 16 anglers, what we consider the ideal size — and so we're already approaching fully booked for 2019.
We will, of course, do everything to accomodate everyone's schedules as much as possible, but if you haven't finalize your trip, please do contact us so we can look at all options.
Secondly, as you may know, Susie and Russ have decided to join John and Krista at their new lodge on the Madison. They will be missed and we wish them well in their new endeavor.
David Frederick, New Lodge Manager
If you don't know, David has been guiding at Ruby Springs for 17 years, while also spending winters managing a fishing operation in Chile. So when you call for availability or just check the fishing conditions, you'll have a familiar voice on the other end of the line.
Keep an eye our for our next e-newsletter, which will have some exciting updates on the new things at Ruby Springs — new fishing leases, new amenities, new structures — expect those annoucements nearer the new year.
The entire RSL staff wants to say thanks for an amazing season, and we're already looking forward to seeing you after the snow flies.